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Reuters: Afghan elite questions future of peace talks

September 29, 2011

KABUL – Afghanistan’s political elite, at a meeting with President Hamid Karzai to discuss the future of peace talks with the Taliban, questioned whether the insurgents were able to seek a political settlement and blamed Pakistan for fomenting instability.

Karzai, who has long been a staunch advocate of trying to negotiate an end to the decade-long war in Afghanistan, hosted the meeting to discuss the future of talks after the assassination of the government’s top peace envoy.

Continues at: reuters.com – Afghan elite questions future of peace talks

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  1. Claudio Alpaca permalink
    September 29, 2011 17:27

    If taliban had been used or if they have used is not easily to understand.
    The personal state of Karzai on this momnt is comprensible, but now it is the time to be more objective and to solve the Afghanistan’s question, considering the need to restore and build democracy, human rights, a souverain people, a parity men/women.
    Pakistan may have joued a role on more situations of Afghanistan, but neither Karzai nor taliban may have ignored this, save to have considered it was not prudent prioritarily act.
    A difficults situation, on all terms.
    Claudio alpaca

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