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OIC welcomes the US – Taliban Agreement

The Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) welcomes the signing of the agreement between the United States of America and Afghan Taliban which will hopefully pave the way, after long-last, for intra-Afghan negotiations and peaceful political settlement through Afghan-owned, Afghan-led peace process.

The OIC Secretary General Dr. Yousef Al Othaimeen praised the successful implementation of “Reduction of Violence” throughout Afghanistan, and appealed to all parties to continue with the current arrangement and work diligently towards achieving “Permanent Ceasefire”. The Secretary General stated that: “Afghan leaders and the people of Afghanistan have once again demonstrated that they are determined and capable of ending hostilities and moving towards lasting peace, security and stability to focus their efforts on the reconstruction, development of their country.

Referring to OIC’s Summit decisions and Ministerial resolutions, and 11th July 2018 Makkah Declaration adopted by “International Ulema Conference for Peace and Security in Afghanistan”, the OIC Secretary General reiterated once again, OIC’s strong determination and readiness to continue working with the government and people of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan, their neighbors, and the International Community in laying down the foundations of lasting peace, security, stability, reconciliation, development and prosperity in Afghanistan and the region.

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