MoFA launches drive to build consensus for peace talks


KABUL: The Afghan Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MoFA) notified about the launch of a campaign aimed at building a regional and international consensus for the intra-Afghan talks’ success.
On Saturday, MoFA Spokesman Gran Hiwad said that the foreign minister Mohammad Hanif Atmar had active contacts with U.S. special envoy Zalmay Khalilzad, representatives of the United Nations, and some countries in this regard.
According to him, the peace process drive kicked off after the government’s negotiating team’s trip to Qatar.
“This drive aims to make the talks a success and meet the demands of the government and people, agreement on ceasefire and reduction in violence,” Hiwad said.
This is while Atmar also contacted representatives of Indonesia, Norway, India, Canada, Australia, and Turkmenistan regarding the Afghan peace process and its success.