Ahmadzai tribe in Afghanistan is calling for "real peace"
The Ahmadzai tribe is calling for real peace in Afghanistan after talks between the Taliban and the U.S. have produced little results to end the long 18-year conflict.
Afghanistan's President Ashraf Ghani signaled that he will visit Washington, D.C. in the next few days to discuss with American officials the solution to peace that has been jeopardized in the war-torn country for almost four decades.
Ghani who is also running for elections again in Afghanistan that will be held at the end of September, has yet to talk with the Taliban about a peace deal.
Ahmadzai tribe which is based in Nangarhar province called for real peace in the country, a peace deal that is Afghan owned and Afghan-led.
This comes at a time when several members of U.S. government have declined to sign the peace agreement with the Afghanistan saying it could create an internal civilian conflict.
Meanwhile, U.S. President Trump has said that he would keep up to 8,500 soldiers in the country until peace-war situation fully stabilizes.
The Afghan election is expected to be held in the end of September and so far, no details have been shared with the people of Afghanistan nor with American public about the kind of peace agreement that would be implemented between the insurgency and government forces.
So far 800,000 Afghans have died under operation enduring freedom and about 2.5 million more from the Soviet Union imposed war.
Written by Meladul Haq Ahmadzai.
Meladul Haq Ahmadzai