The NATO Alliance has called to end the violence on all sides in Afghanistan, noting that the peace talks in the country are an excellent and historic opportunity for peace. The North Atlantic Council, which is NATO’s main political decision-making body, has issued a statement calling for all political leaders in Afghanistan to meet at the negotiating table and resolve existing problems and disagreements in the name of peace.
The statement said that the continued use of violence by the Taliban has recently been unacceptable, and said: “We call on the Taliban to immediately stop attacks and violence and create all conditions for the resumption of peace talks.” The statement emphasizes that NATO supports such goodwill indicators as the release of prisoners, and emphasizes the importance of achieving a ceasefire as soon as possible.
The statement also highlights the importance of a ceasefire in light of the coronavirus pandemic and emphasizes that NATO’s strong support for the Afghan people and security forces will continue.
“It is time to move on to action for long-term peace,” the statement said.
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