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Peace in Afghanistan in the Post US Withdrawal (2)

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Sixthly, the Afghan Peace Process has entered into the phase of Intra-Afghan peace negotiations and dialogues in the current scenario, which has many obstacles to face. According to the Political Spokesman of Taliban, Suhail Shaheen on Saturday, the financial sanctions against the Taliban by the Afghan government have been in place for some time. He also reiterated that there should be relaxation in the curbs and embargoes against them because they are entering into the second phase of solutions for the Afghan issue. He has warned against the termination of the peace process if the Afghan administration insisted on a tight ban on the travel of the Afghan Taliban.

Under such a scenario, there is a high expectation of subversion against the Afghan peace efforts. Thus, an extra-cautious is required. Seventhly, the Afghan peace issue remains incomplete if the conciliatory process and its respective issues are left untouched. In this regard, Pakistan has played a contributory role which remains evident time and again in Media Highlights. Likewise, the remaining players should act idealistically and positively.

Presently, a delegation of Afghan Taliban is on a second visit to Pakistan which is a continuation of the visit Mullah Barathars made in October 2019. Therefore, the role of Pakistan must be taken as a driving force in every kind of Afghan peace effort. Similarly, the aforementioned role cannot be ignored in the ongoing intra-Afghan peace dialogue. Importantly, the future of the Afghan intra-dialogue is prone to difficulties.

The stakeholders both regional and extra-regional may imply sneaky tricks of sabotage which may derail the peace process and push the Afghan nation towards another swamp of destruction and bleeding. Therefore, Finally, the intra-Afghan dialogue is the peak of the peace process that is a constructive development. The process of peace and its respective successes would bring long-lasting fruitions for both Afghanistan and the region.

The global community would also take a sigh of relief from the volcanic news of violence if the stable situation within Afghans is restored. Therefore, the respective parties to the Afghan conflict must behave idealistically so that a long term agenda of peace may be accomplished.

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