This Friday, President of the High Council for National Reconciliation, Abdulá Abdulá, criticized the “unacceptable level of violence” that Afghanistan has registered, mainly the work of the Taliban, despite reaffirming the Afghan government’s willingness to engage in talks with the insurgents .
At the end of the four-day “Strengthening Regional and International Consensus” meeting, which was attended by representatives from 20 countries and organizations, Abdulá confirmed that the number of 5,000 Taliban prisoners released would be reached, as requested by the armed group, for the To enter into dialogue. .
“We will reach this number,” he said, assuring that he had discussed it with the country’s president, Ashraf Ghani, and stressed that this was one of the ways to build trust before the dialogue itself begins.
“We have to move from one phase to the next, the compromise phase, but while that is happening, the level of violence that is unacceptable is mainly caused by the Taliban,” he complained to the Tolo News chain.