Demilitarization of villages, media freedom; key agendas of Afghan government

Demilitarization of villages, national reconciliation, media freedom, a ban of foreign fighters in Afghanistan are among the key agenda items the Afghan government has prepared for the next round of intra-Afghan talks

Dec 15, 2020
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Demilitarization of villages, national reconciliation, media freedom, a ban of foreign fighters in Afghanistan are among the key agenda items the Afghan government has prepared for the next round of intra-Afghan talks. 

A report in TOLOnews which claims to have accessed the document showed that the Afghan government also included the issue of victims’ rights, economic self-reliance, the return of refugees, prevention and processing of drugs in the country. 

Negotiators of both sides have taken a 23 days break from the talks after exchanging the initial draft of agendas for the next round of the talks. Both sides said the time would be utilized for consultations. 

Speaking at the Afghan parliament, Afghan foreign minister Haneef Atmar said, the world hasn’t voted for any kind of peace; their vote was for peace with dignity and a permanent ceasefire in which the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan is saved with all its value and achievements. 

The Taliban, on the other hand, included an Islamic structure of government, the formation of a religious council, women’s rights according to Islamic values in its agendas draft. Other demands from the group are related to changes in military and security establishment, the constitution, foreign policy. 

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