Abdul Salam Rahimi, Ashraf Ghani's special envoy for peace and a senior member of the Republican delegation in peace talks with the Islamic Emirate, has returned to the country almost six months after the fall of the previous government.
Mr. Rahimi met with a number of officials of the Islamic Emirate.
“In my homeland, if there is hunger, or if the situation is difficult, or whatever it is, a person can breathe easily, and this is my personal believe. In the current situation, the war is ended,” he said.
Meanwhile, officials of the Islamic Emirate, including Amir Khan Muttaqi, the acting Minister of Foreign Affairs, and Anas Haqqani, a senior member of the Islamic Emirate, welcomed the return of this former government official to the country.
“You made a very good decision, and this is in the interest of you, your family, your relatives and everyone in general. “All Afghans should take advantage of the current situation,” said Amir Khan Muttaqi.
Anas Haqqani, a senior member of the Islamic Emirate, called Mr. Rahimi a peace-loving person and said that all Afghans needed to work together for the country to prosper.
“In the negotiating team, Rahimi was one of those members who wanted such a nationwide peace,” said Anas Haqqani.
Abdul Salam Rahimi was the Minister of State for Peace during Ashraf Ghani's rule, and in the late months of Ghani's rule he was named Special Representative for Peace, and he left the country with the fall of the Republic government.