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Chinese envoy sought support for Afghanistan’s reconciliation process

AT Monitoring Desk-KABUL: Wang Min, China’s Deputy Permanent Representative to the United Nation (UN) said that Afghanistan is at the start of a decade-long transition period and asked the international community to firmly advance political reconciliation process in the war-hit country.

While addressing the UN General Assembly meeting, Wang said that the international community should continue supporting and assisting Afghanistan in a manner to respect the ownership of the Afghan masses.

Moreover, he believes that Afghanistan has embarked upon a new historic journey of state-building and economic development.

He went on saying that Afghan masses are enough capable to take over their own business and finally through their last-ditch efforts they would achieve peace and stability in their country. Furthermore, he called on the international community to firmly promote Afghanistan’s political reconciliation process.

He said China is very much hopeful to see that different Afghan political parties to take state-building and national interest above everything else.

“Afghan politicians should actively participate in the political reconciliation process, discuses and held meetings on matters of peace, stability and prosperity of the country,” he said.

He also put weight behind Afghan-owned peace and reconciliation process and called upon the international community to support and promote peace talks between Afghan government and the Taliban.

Wang also stressed to assist the Afghan government to enhance its capacity building and support Afghanistan’s integrity.

Wang assured support of his country to join hands with the international community to make indefatigable efforts in a bid to push Afghanistan towards the realization of peace and stability in the country.

“We are working to give the Afghan masses their fair share of human civilization and progress,” Wang said.

It is worth mentioning that Afghanistan and China this year marked 60th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between the two countries.

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