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Afghan resistance considers Dushanbe suitable platform for dialogue with Taliban.
“Tajikistan should take the lead and make important decisions as the closest neighbor,” leader of the National Congress Party Abdul Latif Pedram noted.
The Afghan resistance forces are ready to hold talks with the Taliban and believe that Tajikistan would be a suitable platform for such a dialogue, leader of the National Congress Party Abdul Latif Pedram, who supports the Afghan resistance, told TASS on Wednesday.
“The resistance forces have never ruled out negotiations with the Taliban, and Tajikistan could be a good platform for this,” the political leader said.
Pedram also noted that the Afghan resistance expected political, humanitarian and spiritual support from Tajikistan. “Tajikistan is the focus of attention for Afghan people. It is no longer on the sidelines. Tajikistan should take the lead and make important decisions as the closest neighbor,” the politician stated. He pointed out that Dushanbe could play a crucial role in achieving peace and stability if it takes the initiative. “Tajikistan’s role in attaining peace and stability is possible.
The Afghan politician emphasized the need for contacts with the US, China, Russia, Iran and Pakistan in terms of possible assistance. According to Pedram, the resistance needs the global community’s support, however, “it does not intend to remain idle” in its absence. “We are doing our patriotic duty. Finally, it is the Afghan people who must make some kind of decision on how to deal with the Taliban,” the political leader mentioned.
On September 17, Tajik President Emomali Rahmon agreed with IT.

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