Analysts said that the prospect for the Afghan government leaders to deliver on the promises in Geneva is “very weak”.
President Ghani called the US its "key ally" and praised the Trump administration's South Asia policy as a "game changer" for Afghanistan.
President Ghani says the roadmap for peace negotiations is the outcome of several months of consultations with Afghans.
The two-day conference opened Tuesday with top diplomats attending from countries like Germany, Russia and Iran.
Patricia Gossman writes that Geneva Conference will be a chance for Afghanistan’s donors to do more than check boxes.
Officials said the peace talks on Afghanistan will be discussed on the second day of the Geneva Conference.
Next month’s conference will bring together the Afghan government and international stakeholders to discuss progress achieved in the past…
Officials at the Ministry of Finance said that so far 55 percent of Brussels' commitments have been fulfilled.
The ACCI meanwhile said that despite government’s promises to tackle the private sector’s problems, issues still remain.
The Afghan CEO's second deputy Mohammad Mohaqiq Saturday said that the national unity government (
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