A delegation of Afghan politicians led by peace lecturer Abdullah Abdullah traveled to Doha on Friday to die Revive talks with the Taliban while die Violence in the country is escalating.
Abdullah, chairman of the Supreme Council for National Reconciliation and a former head of government, said it was necessary to seek peace at the negotiating table, although the conflict is escalating and territories are being addressed die Taliban fall.
“We hope that die The Taliban see this as an opportunity and recognize that successive control of the territories will not bring about peace, “he said before the delegation left the airport in Kabul.
He added: “Peace can only be achieved at the negotiating table. Despite all the pain our people are suffering today. I think there is still a chance for peace.”
While die US-led international forces withdrew from the country escalated die Clashes between the Taliban and Afghan government forces.
The Taliban surrounded a number of provincial capitals and took over die Control of a number of regions and border crossings to the north and west.
Taliban negotiators and the Afghan government have been in talks for weeks, but officials warn that despite the shortage of time for foreign forces to withdraw by September next year, there is little sign of any significant progress.
The Pakistani Foreign Ministry said Friday it had another highly anticipated meeting in Islamabad to Peace in Afghanistan postponed this week with Afghan leaders. She said she would set new dates after Eid al-Adha.
Went on Friday die Collisions in all of Afghanistan continues, too in the southern province of Kandahar where die Taliban on Wednesday die Took control of the important Spin Boldak district on the border with Pakistan.
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