President Ghani- Afghanistan is not such a weak tree to be shaken by the slight wind blows.
The President of Afghanistan, Ashraf Ghani has said that his country does not have a soft tree that will be shaken by any breeze, but it is a huge and strong tree standing on the ground.
He said this about the peace proposal given to the Afghan government of America. Let me tell you that Afghanistan has already rejected the draft of this peace proposal of America.
President Ghani says that Afghanistan will always be free. He said that many rumors and plans have been revealed about the peace of Afghanistan.
According to Tolo News, the President said at the inauguration ceremony of a Kamal Khan dam that the people of Afghanistan do not want to go back to the old times.
At present, Afghanistan is adopting a clear policy of becoming fully self-reliant. In the future also, Afghanistan will not have to spread its hands to beg someone. On the other hand, the Taliban is eyeing peace talks in Turkey.
Taliban spokesperson Mohammad Naeem says that he has not received any update about it so far.
On the other hand, former Taliban leader Mawlawi Kalamuddin says that if the US does not leave Afghanistan unconditionally, then this decision will lead to a long and big battle.
Afghanistan Peace Negotiation Team member Farooq Mazruh has said that Afghanistan is ready to play its important role in the peace process.
The draft sent by the US for their peaceful Afghanistan peace has been sent to all the members for consideration. Afghanistan wants peace here and a government is formed for the future.
This draft shows the roadmap for Afghanistan’s future, future government formation, and ceasefire.
US Secretary of State Antony Bingen has written a letter to President Ghani urging him to suggest other measures under the formation of the Afghan government and the peace process.
In its three drafts, the US has made it clear that by the beginning of May it has made up its mind to fully withdraw its troops from Afghanistan.
His letter has been sent to Abdullah Abdullah, chairman of the High Council for National Reconciliation. However, NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg has said that it is not easy to find a solution for Afghanistan.
He said this in a meeting between the Foreign Ministers of NATO member countries. However, he has also said that NATO is ready to give its support and help to any kind of peace process in Afghanistan.
The reason for this is that it is only through the restoration of peace that Afghanistan can be pushed forward on the path of development.
Jane also says that Afghanistan should take full advantage of this opportunity. It is also not right to delay it. Let me tell you that there are about ten thousand NATO soldiers in Afghanistan.