President Mohammad Ashraf Ghani has said the Afghan government will never make peace with the regional and international terrorists.
During a meeting in ARG Presidential Palace to discuss security and Afghan peace process, President Ghani said Afghanistan has proved sincerity to the world and the world strongly stands with Afghanistan today.
The meeting was attended by lawmakers from the Lower House of the Parliament (Wolesi Jirga), Upper House of the Parliament (Meshrano Jirga), cabinet member, and security authorities.
The main focus of the meeting was to consult regarding the security situation of the country which has rapidly deteriorated during the recent months.
The ongoing efforts to revive peace process with the anti-government armed militant groups was also on agenda of the meeting.
President Ghanis thanked the lawmakers in Lower and Upper Houses of the Parliament for their support to the Afghan security and defense forces.
The Deputy House Speaker in Lower House of the Parliament, Zahir Qadir, said Monday lawmakers from both the houses will present their suggestions and plans regarding peace process during the meeting.
This comes as the Taliban group has rejected to participate in peace talks with the Afghan government despite efforts by Quadrilateral Coordination Group (QCG).
Reaction on Kabul terrorist attack
ARG, Kabul: Mohammad Ashraf Ghani, President of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan is saddened by the news of today’s terrorist attacks in Brussels, Belgium.
Condemning the attacks, the President said that the explosions in Brussels proved once again that terrorism does not know borders and is not exclusive to one region, but is an enemy to all humanity. He added that the people of Afghanistan have been the victim of terrorism for long and share in the pain of the people of Belgium.
The President called terrorism a shared threat to the region and the world, and urged joint action against this deadly phenomenon.
President of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan offers his sympathies and condolences to the victims’ families, the people and government of the Kingdom of Belgium.