Kabul: The Tashkent meeting, which has started today, will review Afghanistan’s sustainable peace, security and economic development, and will also emphasize the establishment of a common position in dealing with international terrorism and interaction with the Taliban.
According Afghanistan Times, the capital of Uzbekistan today hosted the two-day event of the international conference “Afghanistan; Security and Economic Development” and will discuss important issues with the aim of achieving sustainable peace and security in Afghanistan.
The purpose of this conference is to create a set of actions and proposals for the approaches of the international community to promote stability, security and post-war reconstruction in Afghanistan and to integrate it into the process of regional cooperation in the interests of the people of Afghanistan and the world as a whole.
In this two-day event, the participants will examine the issues related to the socio-economic reconstruction of Afghanistan, the implementation of infrastructure and humanitarian projects designed to bring the long-awaited peace for the current and future generations of the Afghan people.
The main goal of this meeting is to create an effective dialogue for the solidarity of the international community on the issues of Afghanistan, especially to help create a common position in dealing with international terrorism, to create a constructive dialogue with neighboring countries and the current authorities of Afghanistan.
According to the announcement of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Uzbekistan, the focus of the requests of the participants from the Taliban in this meeting will be the issue of not threatening other countries from the territory of Afghanistan, the creation of a representative and inclusive government and the guarantee of human rights and individual freedoms as the basic conditions of national reconciliation in Afghanistan.