May 11, 2021, 6:33 PM
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Iran, Afghanistan discuss Afghan peace process

Kabul, May 11, IRNA - Iranian Foreign Minister's Special Envoy for Afghanistan Mohammad Ebrahim Taherian and President of Afghanistan Ashraf Ghani discussed the peace process of Afghanistan on Tuesday.

Taherian met and held talks with President Ghani at the presidential palace on Tuesday, according to the Afghanistan presidential press office.

They exchanged views on bilateral relations and regional issues.

Earlier on Monday, Taherian in a meeting with the Chairman of Afghan Peace Council Abdullah Abdullah emphasized Iran's support for the Afghan peace process.

He added that the Islamic Republic of Iran supports any efforts to ensure the end of the war and to secure the rights of all people.

Expressing regret over the recent events in Afghanistan, particularly the attack on students at Kabul's Sayed Al-Shuhada school, he added that the people of Afghanistan have made countless sacrifices over the past years, now it is the time to end the war and bloodshed in Afghanistan.

Abdullah thanked Taherian for his presence in Kabul and thanked the Islamic Republic of Iran for its assistance to Afghanistan and its support for the peace process.

Taherian also met with Afghan National Security Advisor Hamdullah Mohib to discuss bilateral relations, security issues, and peace, according to the press office of Afghanistan's National Security Advisor.

The two sides stressed progress in the desired peace process in Afghanistan and timely efforts, according to the statement.


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