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PublishDate: Thursday, February 7, 201313:59

The London conference approvals will drive Afghanistan peace process to deadlock

Although U.S and NATO member countries can play key role in Afghanistan, the important regional countries such as Iran, Pakistan, India and Russia can be more influential.

Mashhad, (AVA)- According to many experts, the approvals ratified in trilateral meeting of Afghanistan, Pakistan and England in London is not hoped to be put in place since Pakistan has followed ambiguous policies in words and actions during the past 10 years and as the time of presidential election and NATO troops withdrawal is approaching, the peace process is being marginalized.

Homayoun Jarir, a political expert told Afghan Voice Agency (AVA) that although the London trilateral meeting attended by the influential governments on the Afghanistan situation helps Afghanistan with peace process, inter-Afghan peace meetings is the sole way of security and peace implementation.

To implement stable peace in Afghanistan, the regional countries and international communities should back the decisions taken in inter-Afghan meetings, he stated.

Unreliability of Pakistan toward its pledges and Afghanistan government insufficiency and incapability to put its pledges into practice are the two main reasons proved the impossibility of London meeting approvals implementation, Jarir said.

Pointing to meeting approval over pursuing peace process by Kabul government, he said those foreign countries and domestic political parties insisted on Afghan government led peace process fail to rely on Afghanistan peace and security implementation.

The president of Maldives inter-Afghan peace conference said the Landon meeting is just a political game played to pave the way for implementing the U.S, England and Pakistan plans being made.

Homayoun Jarir added, Although U.S and NATO member countries can play key role in Afghanistan, the important regional countries such as Iran, Pakistan, India and Russia can be more influential. The regional countries presence in Afghanistan is needed to advance the peace process.

Calling the Afghan government as U.S and NATO dependent government, Jarir said Taliban and oppositions will refuse to join Afghan government led peace process under any circumstances thus not only the meeting approvals fails to accelerate the peace process implementation but also the approvals will drive it into deadlock.

Calling the approval in according to which Taliban and oppositions should join the peace process in 6 months as wrong decision, Jarir said peace will never be brought into Afghanistan until the U.S and NATO member countries change their policies toward Afghanistan.

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