AT-KABUL: The Afghanistan Youth Civil Society Coordination Centre (AYCSCC) on Saturday termed talks and negotiations only remedy to the ongoing conflict in the county. They called on the warring parties to take full advantage of peace opportunities and protect the young generation from uncertain situation.
Head of AYCSCC, Abdul Wadood Afghan, told newsmen that peace and stability would not restore in the country by use of military power. However, he believes that talks and political approach is the best weapon to resolve the conflict in the country.
“Direct victims of the war are young people,” he said. Moreover he called on the government to take every step and grasp every opportunity to ensure durable peace and security in the country.
“Four decades of war had damage Afghanistan’s economy, political institutions and culture,” Syed Ahmad Ahmadi, a civil society representative in Kabul said.
“We want peace but with dignity where our national sovereignty and territorial integrity shall not be compromised,” they said in a joint statement that read out on the occasion.
This comes at a time when representatives of Afghanistan, Pakistan, the United States and China are going to meet in Islamabad on Monday, focusing on methods how to resume face to face peace talks between Afghan government and the Taliban.
This is worth mentioning that first phase of face-to-face talks between Afghan government and Taliban were stalled when Taliban revealed the death report of their prolong leader, Mullah Omar.