TAWDE KHABARE: Afghan Govt Suspends Peace Efforts
Presidential spokesman Sediq Sediqqi said on Saturday that the Afghan government has suspended the peace efforts and has prioritized the election to make it happen on 28 September.
Mr. Sediqqi says there will be a “big change” in the country’s security within the next 10 days.
“Nothing will impede the presidential election from happening on September 28,” he said.
Mr. Sediqqi said the next government will work on peace which will be established after the presidential election.
He said that the Taliban is the main reason for cancelation of the peace negotiations and the group is still continuing its violence in Afghanistan.
In this program, host Noorwali Saeed Shinwarai discusses the topic with the following guests:
Mohammad Yunus Fakoor, political analyst
Khalil Safi, head of the peace institute
Shahzada Massoud, political analyst