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Karzai asks US not to deal with Pak on Afghanistan peace process

ANI  |  Kabul [Afghanistan] 

Former of has urged the not to deal with while making efforts to initiate an inclusive peace process in the war-torn country.

Addressing a gathering marking the 90th death anniversary of Dr in Kabul, Tolonews quoted the Former as saying, "We completely differentiate the fact that what the Afghan peace means and what is the issue between the US and Our country was devastated just because of foreign deals."

Former President said that in order to accelerate the peace process in Afghanistan, it is very important to take the neighbouring countries, especially and into confidence. He also added that the participation of the Afghan people is a primary concern here. "No angle of the peace process should be hidden from the people. Otherwise, would be devastated," the former President warned.

"We should have our own national observation of the peace process from the beginning to the end and Afghans must be involved in peace at all stages and they should have the honour of the job. In the area where we are not involved and we do not own the job, the outcome will not be in our favour," said.

The former President also suggested that in order to bring the to a point of negotiation, the should designate a national peace delegation.

For the past several years, has been trying to persuade the to come to the negotiating table and formulate a peace process to end the 17-year-old conflict in However, the claim that the presence of foreign troops in the war-torn nation was a hindrance to achieving long-lasting peace.

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First Published: Thu, December 06 2018. 11:27 IST