Kabul: Abdullah Abdullah, the former head of the Supreme Reconciliation Council of Afghanistan, had a telephone conversation with Thomas West, the US special representative for Afghanistan.
During this conversation, Abdullah and West stressed the need for initiating national dialogues among all Afghan people and reopening of girls’ secondary schools which is necessary to sustain peace and stability in the country.
The US special representative recently discussed the importance of national dialogue with Hamid Karzai, the former president of Afghanistan as well.
The US special representative said in this phone call that the international community has rolled up its sleeves to address basic needs of Afghans, and the Taliban must govern in ways that provide investment and the return of educated professionals.
It’s worth mentioning that Thomas West had previously emphasized the start of a national discourse in Afghanistan in a meeting with some Afghan political activists and journalists in Turkey.