TOLOnews 10pm News 07 April 2021
President Ashraf Ghani in a message recorded on Tuesday but aired Wednesday defended his administration’s foreign policy legacy and peace plan, arguing that Afghanistan needs a dignified peace that could determine the country’s bright future, but not a peace that could isolate Afghanistan in the international arena.
While explaining his peace plan, Ghani said that no one from outside Afghanistan will be allowed to designate the leader of the country.
A two-day event was launched in the western city of Herat on Wednesday on the 580th birth anniversary of prominent philosopher, poet and writer Amir Ali-Shir Nava'i.
Envoys from seven countries, including Turkey, Uzbekistan, Azerbaijan, Kyrgyzstan, Kazakhstan, Tajikistan and Iran have attended the event that discusses the legacy of the ancient poet.