Tolo News: Second Vice President Mohammad Sarwar Danesh on Tuesday reacted to the review of the peace proposals submitted by Afghan politicians–including President Ghani–by a 15-member committee under the High Council for National Reconciliation, saying the proposed plan is not “clear” nor “inclusive” and it advocates a kind division of power between two ethnic groups.
Ariana: Second Vice President Sarwar Danesh said on Friday that the current opportunity for peace should be seized. Speaking at the ceremony marking the first anniversary of the death of Mohammad Baqir Mohaqiq in Kabul said that the Taliban has shown “less sincerity” to the peace efforts and instead, they have increased their violence in
Ariana: Second Vice President Sarwar Danish has called on Pakistan and the international community to probe the “cowardly” attack on coal miners, seven of whom were Afghan nationals, by extremists groups in Pakistan and prosecute the culprits. The Islamic State (Daesh) claimed responsibility for executing the ethnic Hazaras. Click here to read more (external link).
Tolo News: Afghanistan’s Second Vice President Mohammad Sarwar Danish on Tuesday said that the Taliban’s opposition to the current Constitution of Afghanistan is meant to cause the collapse of the system. Addressing a ceremony on the 17th anniversary of the ratification of Afghanistan’s Constitution, Danish states that the Taliban’s confrontation with the Afghan Constitution is
Roshan Noorzai VOA News December 4, 2020 Afghan human rights monitors are sounding the alarm over a spike in attacks against them by unknown assailants, as they cautiously welcome the formation of a new government body to protect rights activists. In a presidential decree Tuesday, the government in Kabul announced the Joint Commission for the
Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty November 10, 2020 KABUL — The Taliban has called on U.S. President-elect Joe Biden to stick to a February peace agreement between the militant group and the United States, describing its implementation as the “the most reasonable and effective tool” for ending the war in Afghanistan. The Taliban itself remains committed to the
Ariana: As peace talks continued in Doha and the war intensified in a number of provinces, second vice president Sarwar Danish on Monday called for a revision and evaluation of the Afghan peace talks with the Taliban by the new US administration. Speaking at an event in Kabul he said the lack of flexibility by
1TV: The United States may get prepared to sign deal with the Taliban with reduction in violence, but it wouldn’t solve anything for the Afghan people, Afghanistan’s Second Vice President Sarwar Danish said on Sunday. He said that unless intra-Afghan negotiations begin and unless there is a ceasefire, there would be no trust between the parties and
Tolo News: Second Vice President Mohammad Sarwar Danish on Friday said that the Afghan government is ready to release the Taliban prisoners “within the framework of the prevailing laws of the country” in order to help promote confidence-building measures and create conditions for peace negotiation talks between the Afghan government and the Taliban. Danish said that
Tolo News: Sources said President Ashraf Ghani’s election ticket has been completed and that he will enter the race for 2019 presidential elections in the near future. Sources said Ghani’s ticket will include four individuals. Acting Interior Minister Amrullah Saleh and Second Vice President Sarwar Danish will be Ghani’s running mates, said the sources. The source said Suraya Dalil,