Ulumi seeks end to the wrangling in the NUG so that peace process could be made effective
AT Monitoring Desk
KABUL: Only tactical changes in policy of neighboring country are not enough for brining lasting peace to Afghanistan, said the ex-Vice President Yunus Qanuni on Friday.
Talking to a gathering to commemorate fourth death anniversary of the former police chief of Kunduz province Maulana Sayedkhel, Qanuni said that only tactical changes in neighboring state’s policy were not enough, for strategic changes were required to brining long-lasting peace to Afghanistan.
He warned that war would extend to Pakistan if it remained reluctant to bring strategic changes in its policy.
Qanuni voiced concerns over assassination of prominent political figures and said that the government should spare no efforts to arrest those involved in the serial killings.
To bring long-lasting peace and stability to Afghanistan, the Minister of Interior, Noor-ul-Haq Ulumi, said that wrangling in the government of national unity (NUG) should be resolved. “Once the miner internal differences within the government were resolved, then we can expect that peace parlays to yield positive results,” he added.
Experts believe that the government should practice more caution in its relations with Islamabad.