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Indonesia Reaffirms Support To Afghan Peace Process

The Vice President of Indonesia Mohammad Jusuf Kalla reaffirmed his country’s support to the Afghan peace and reconciliation process in a meeting with Chairman of High Peace Council Mohammad Karim Khalili in Kabul.

The High Peace Council said in a Twitter post that the two sides discussed the upcoming religious scholars conference in Jakarta and the post-Kabul Process plans.

The High Peace Council said the Indonesian vice president said his country will fully support the peace process in Afghanistan.

This comes after the second conference of the Kabul Process in which the Afghan government announced a peace offer to the Taliban.

A detailed document outlining government’s offer to the Taliban was released on Wednesday after Afghan President Ashraf Ghani officially opened the Kabul Process meeting.

The document is titled Offering Peace: Framing the Kabul Conference of February 28, 2018 and clearly details the offer – which is made without any preconditions.

The document states that Afghan stakeholders from across society, in consultation with government and the High Peace Council (HPC), have reached a consensus on the desire for peace.

It also states that women have been active in public discussions to safeguard their constitutionally guaranteed rights and representatives of the Ulema, civil society, community leaders, entrepreneurs, farmers and laborers, professionals, political parties, students and teachers, and other social groups have highlighted the need for peace from their distinct perspectives.

Indonesia Reaffirms Support To Afghan Peace Process

Indonesia’s Vice President and High Peace Council Chairman discussed the post-Kabul process plans and the upcoming meeting of religious scholars in Indonesia.

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The Vice President of Indonesia Mohammad Jusuf Kalla reaffirmed his country’s support to the Afghan peace and reconciliation process in a meeting with Chairman of High Peace Council Mohammad Karim Khalili in Kabul.

The High Peace Council said in a Twitter post that the two sides discussed the upcoming religious scholars conference in Jakarta and the post-Kabul Process plans.

The High Peace Council said the Indonesian vice president said his country will fully support the peace process in Afghanistan.

This comes after the second conference of the Kabul Process in which the Afghan government announced a peace offer to the Taliban.

A detailed document outlining government’s offer to the Taliban was released on Wednesday after Afghan President Ashraf Ghani officially opened the Kabul Process meeting.

The document is titled Offering Peace: Framing the Kabul Conference of February 28, 2018 and clearly details the offer – which is made without any preconditions.

The document states that Afghan stakeholders from across society, in consultation with government and the High Peace Council (HPC), have reached a consensus on the desire for peace.

It also states that women have been active in public discussions to safeguard their constitutionally guaranteed rights and representatives of the Ulema, civil society, community leaders, entrepreneurs, farmers and laborers, professionals, political parties, students and teachers, and other social groups have highlighted the need for peace from their distinct perspectives.

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