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Russian Envoy: Taliban Ready for Political Settlement

Russian envoy Zamir Kabulov said that the Talban’s violence has increased but the group is ready to seek a political settlement for the conflict.

He said that there is a possibility that the Taliban in the future will take over the cities, but the group will not have the capacity to maintain their control.

“I think they are fed up with war, they now realize that they have to look for a political solution,” said Kabulov.

Meanwhile, former Afghan president Hamid Karzai said that reaching a peaceful agreement in Afghanistan requires sincere and honest cooperation from the US and other major powers of the world.

“Neither the Taliban should try to take by force nor should the Afghan government try to continue the conflict in the name of defeating the Taliban,” said Karzai.

“Taliban at the moment fears to seize control in the major centers,” said Kabulov.

“Until now there are no indications that they are willing to seek a political settlement or to stop violence and destruction,” said MP Sadiq Qaderi.

“The people expect that the enemy stops the violence and realizes the opportunity for peace,” said Latif Mahmoud, deputy spokesman to the president.

Meanwhile, President Ashraf Ghani visited the Special Operations Command Center in Kabul on Wednesday and said that the Taliban has “deep ties" with Al-Qaeda, Lashkar-e-Taiba and Jaish-e-Mohammed and the group wants Afghanistan “to become a haven for insurgents.”

“The government will never allow this to happen,” President Ghani said while visiting the center to give a greeting for Eid, the Presidential Palace said in a statement. Ghani pledged to provide "any kind of support," for Afghan special operations forces.

He promised to address the needs of families of the security force members who have lost their lives while serving their country.

Russian Envoy: Taliban Ready for Political Settlement

“Until now there are no indications that they are willing to seek a political settlement or to stop violence and destruction,” said MP Sadiq Qaderi.

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Russian envoy Zamir Kabulov said that the Talban’s violence has increased but the group is ready to seek a political settlement for the conflict.

He said that there is a possibility that the Taliban in the future will take over the cities, but the group will not have the capacity to maintain their control.

“I think they are fed up with war, they now realize that they have to look for a political solution,” said Kabulov.

Meanwhile, former Afghan president Hamid Karzai said that reaching a peaceful agreement in Afghanistan requires sincere and honest cooperation from the US and other major powers of the world.

“Neither the Taliban should try to take by force nor should the Afghan government try to continue the conflict in the name of defeating the Taliban,” said Karzai.

“Taliban at the moment fears to seize control in the major centers,” said Kabulov.

“Until now there are no indications that they are willing to seek a political settlement or to stop violence and destruction,” said MP Sadiq Qaderi.

“The people expect that the enemy stops the violence and realizes the opportunity for peace,” said Latif Mahmoud, deputy spokesman to the president.

Meanwhile, President Ashraf Ghani visited the Special Operations Command Center in Kabul on Wednesday and said that the Taliban has “deep ties" with Al-Qaeda, Lashkar-e-Taiba and Jaish-e-Mohammed and the group wants Afghanistan “to become a haven for insurgents.”

“The government will never allow this to happen,” President Ghani said while visiting the center to give a greeting for Eid, the Presidential Palace said in a statement. Ghani pledged to provide "any kind of support," for Afghan special operations forces.

He promised to address the needs of families of the security force members who have lost their lives while serving their country.

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