Doha Conference: Taliban Agrees To Reduce Violence

Afghan Voice Agency(AVA) , 9 Jul 2019 9:00

A group of 17 members of the Taliban who met with at least 60 delegates from Kabul in Intra-Afghan Dialogue Conference on Peace in Doha agreed to reduce violence by stopping attacks on “religious centers, schools, hospitals, educational centers, bazaars, water dams and workplaces”.

The agreement came in the form of a resolution prepared by a committee of six members from Kabul and three members from the Taliban.
The participants from Kabul were from politicians, civil society members, and government officials – but they attended the intra-Afghan talks with their personal capacity.
According to a resolution issued by the Doha conference delegates on Monday night, the two sides have agreed on the following points to reach a sustainable peace.

  1. Institutionalizing Islamic system in the country.
    Start of the peace process simultaneously with the accomplishment of all terms and conditions set forth.
    Monitoring and observation of the peace agreement.
    Required reforms and support of basic institutions, defense and other institutions which are belonged to Afghans.
    Repatriation of migrants and return of internally displaced persons (IDPs).
    Support and assistance from donor countries for peace agreement based on the new cooperation and relations.
    Insist during international conferences regarding the assurance of Afghanistan’s peace agreement.
    Assurance on zero interference from neighboring and regional countries in Afghanistan’s affairs.
The members of the committee included Nader Nadery, Habiba Sarabi, Muhayuddin Mahdi, Omar Zakhilwal and Lotfullah Najafizada, who represented the Kabul delegates. Meanwhile, Amir Khan Mutaqi, Shahabuddin Delawar and Salam Hanafi were representing the Taliban.

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