Ahead of Turkey meet, Afghan President Ghani briefs Indian, other envoys on his peace plan


Ahead of the Turkey meet on the Afghan peace process scheduled later this month, Afghanistan President Ashraf Ghani has briefed envoys all Kabul-based ambassadors, including Indian Envoy to the country Rudrendra Tandon on his three-stage peace process. Turkey meet will see the fresh impetus for the Afghan peace process, under the UN umbrella as proposed by the new Biden administration.

Afghan government sources told WION, “President has presented his peace plan literally to all international partners and sides”. According to Afghan media reports, President Ghani’s proposal includes, “preservation of constitution”, a transitional government, and holding Presidential elections. The proposal is expected to be formally unveiled at the Turkey meet.

The US has also proposed a regional framework for talks with the involvement of 6 countries –Russia, China, Pakistan, Iran, India, and the US under the United Nations for a “unified approach to supporting peace in Afghanistan”.

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