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In his speech to all negotiating team members, from both the Afghan delegation and the Taliban team, he said the war in Afghanistan has been imposed on the people, who for decades have had to sacrifice their lives. 
He stated that today’s Afghanistan, from a social, economic, humanitarian and human rights point of view, is witnessing fundamental changes and has a system with broad foundations and strong infrastructure in which the rights and freedoms of all citizens of the country are protected based on Islamic beliefs and values. 
He made it clear that the governing system of Afghanistan was recognized by all countries around the world, unlike during the Taliban’s regime. He said during Taliban rule, “this country was in complete isolation of the international community.”
Stanekzai also stated that enormous strides had been made in the field of education – specifically in Islamic education. 
“In addition to the construction and renovation of hundreds of mosques and the strengthening of Islamic teachings in educational institutions in the country, more than one thousand religious centers, including madrassas, and Darul Uloom (Islamic University) have been established.
He said: “The system of republic and the existing constitution of the country is the connecting point of our nation.” 
He also said the current constitutional law, passed by the highest and most important decision-making body, the Loya Jirga, has no precedent in the history of the country. 
“This law is one of the most authoritative laws in terms of Islamic values, both at the regional level and in comparison with the eight constitutional laws that make Islam the religion of the state,” he said. 
Stanekzai said peace does not have to lead to the

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