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US Not Interested in Lasting Peace in Afghanistan: Mahmoodi

Sayed Alireza Mahmoodi, the head of National Consensus and Change Leadership Council in an interview said various countries have penetrated among the Taliban, and peace with Taliban is impossible without the cooperation of regional countries and stakeholder.



Sayed Alireza Mahmoodi, the head of National Consensus and Change Leadership Council in an interview said various countries have penetrated among the Taliban, and peace with Taliban is impossible without the cooperation of regional countries and stakeholders.
“Reaching a lasting peace is impossible without the cooperation of regional countries as they have infiltrated among the Taliban leadership,” said the chairman of National Consensus and Change Leadership Council Sayed Alireza Mahmoodi in an interview with Tolo News.
“Taliban believe the government of Afghanistan does not have the ability to give the offered privileges,” Mr. Mahmoodi stressed.

According to him, the United States, on the one hand, is not trying to bring lasting peace to Afghanistan and on the other hand, the government of Afghanistan suffer inner problems and cannot move toward peace with a general consensus.
“Pressuring Pakistan does not bring peace; because Pakistan is not the only country behind the Taliban and that this group is working with dozens of others,” he added.

“To achieve peace, it is necessary to invite the regional countries, asking the United States and the western countries to focus more on this issue and a national consensus should be formed. Otherwise, achieving peace is difficult and even impossible,” Mr. Mahmoodi continued.

The government of Afghanistan offered a peace plan to Taliban at the so-called “Kabul Process-2” which is rejected by Taliban and called for direct talks with America.

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