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includes those affected by recent spike and fighting. as the taliban makes rapid territorial gains. funds will also be used to help us can interpreters have been working with us forces. he knows been health, i hate. he's a substantial president giovano mice. he was killed at his home more than 2 weeks ago just outside the compound where it was taking place. protest, 10 violent gunshots were heard, and police take us and a shortage of fuel to run generators in several lebanese hospitals is threatening the lives of patients and economic crisis has led to power cuts that can last up to 20 hours a day. the european union has drugs regulated says the medina job should be approved for teenagers. this could make it the 2nd back thing authorized for use on young people that those headlines and use continues after talk to al jazeera on counting the cost, the all new tourism, the world's richest man, making
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a grab to control access to the trillion dollars space industry on taos, the new coal, why rich nations of emitted, i recall from the climate change and how flowering call life in iraq. counting the call on al jazeera, the, the people who run it's done have seen turmoil and conflict for much of the past 40 years. given by internal divisions and foreign interests, the soviet invaded in the late 1970. the taliban rose to power in the 1990 s. and then there was the u. s. envision in 2001. 20 years on the american. still there, president biden has promised submission will finally end on august the 31st 15 elections and initiatives aimed at bringing peace and stability to run the sun. but
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without success, after years of trying to facilitate political reconciliation between the taliban government, united states and other countries, the were signed an agreement with the taliban endeavor to withdraw its troops. in exchange, the taliban agreed not to support any of the groups or attacking the forces or the allies. but after years of conflict with civilians are often the victims. are the different sides within have gone to stand ready to move forward? we've been quite flexible, carnes, or tolerance to the top of the talk. we have a new generation of after you've experienced the calendar. so we need to be adaptable to, to this new young generation of half a day for the sooner we stop fighting the sooner we concentrate the focus in reaching a weird international community, e g, and the way to for us to work together and to reach
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a compromise with us troops gone by the end of august of understands affairs we have to be sold internally can be overcome the wounds left by years of disagreement and security and division. after months of in truck on talks, had they built trust about the taking of 193 districts that we have taken during the past 28 months. and it's not by military port. year 14, the carbon immunization courses have joined us because they are fed up with the pricing and also the slow progress in the process. but we are expanding our to not taking once again, both sides met at the negotiation table and and that's where we caught up with the chief of the high council for the national reconciliation of the lab dollar talks to out there. ah, doctor of the de la chip and how council for national reconciliation. thank you
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very much for talking to us there. you're welcome. it's been 48 hours since you've been in doha. we last met 10 months ago. described to us what has happened in the last 10 months and how closer are africans defining piece. i can say that to begin with, that it was really 48 hours and yes, from a finest on the delegation. from senior leadership of upon the span. we're here together with us and to the idea behind us was that be we came here and but his entire unified view and support of peace. because the choice is not between one side overtaking militarily and then there will be peace. but it is between that scenario which will not lead to peace,
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which will lead to the continuation of the war for many, many, many years to come in for the complication of the situation and the potential civil war and all of that involvement of other countries. and between it and inclusive peaceful settlement. so we came here to present unified view that to get as this is deborah trinity to seize it and to capitalize on it. and of course, pete piece will not materialize overnight, but to, to, to give them not assurance that we are serious, worse and save. meanwhile, to assure them that there will be no military solution. and insisting on a military solution will lead to to the continuation of the suffering. i thought people, it was an opportunity to know one another better. because in the earlier situations,
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with the beginning in the relation of the talks we had on the species from both sides. and then later on there was an opportunity for me in moscow. but that was a shot at a port unity and in between the delegations have met in different nuts. so it was important for us. now i have much, much more clarity in my mind. and also daisha that they should be very clear about our positions. and suddenly i see that there are a lot of common buttons which need to, which need to work on it. speaking to you, you're always an optimist about the success of dialogue and negotiations. but 10 minutes have passed in trying to know each other. the positions that both sides had for each other remained almost the same. what gives you hope that there
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is going to be peace because the situation on the ground seems to be pointing otherwise all day. the reason for us coming here was not to present our position and say the take it to leave it at the i'm not commenting on their to, to the fir, into luck with dish. but this was not odd to be sure we came here to tell them that piece is difficult, more difficult than war. and we are here with flexibility to, to find common grounds. and then in, in the move on towards a peaceful settlement. and also, if there is any illusion such as that one side can win militarily, we argued that this was not going to happen. yes, of course, personally as a person was sure. now i have this responsibility. but apart from that,
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which has been drawn during beauty, there was in, at least in the past 36 years of my life i've been involved in the politics of are fighting f, harness on one another. so you were the defense minister in 1996. i was the spokesperson for the defense ministry. and later on i was, i was the chief of staff for the minister of defense and also the spokesperson for the ministry of defense. and later on, the minister of foreign affairs in earlier indeed is a sense in your heart that gives the soviets. so they took up, she had a provision. if i wanted to see the continuation of suffering of our people to see the counties which we helped to achieve, peace like tajikistan upon the sun was instrumental and in achieving that settlement between, between 2 sides in touch and to see them develop developed and to see the
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opportunities which out of that for the people of afghanistan and for the region. and we cannot utilize it because of the continuation of the what it is. this appointed one, the more as one missed, one more missed port unity. but it takes what sites it cannot happen with the goodwill in intention of one site. that's what i was going to come towards because it takes 2 parties to reach you say that you have prevented the options military, that military solution is not viable. it will not in peace, but the situation on the ground is the valid by not making advances. they've taken no more than $200.00 out of the $400.00 districts and have gone this done their surrounding population centers and prevention capitals. and this seemed to have not moved from the demands whether it was the release of prisoners, whether it was the listing from the u. n. list. so many people are left wondering
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than what is the point in talking and including people from your side and who have been asking this question that, you know, we've been at the same place for the last 10 months. unfortunately, the negotiations was the start of it was, it was a good point that the fact that we were head and we started negotiations after many, many years of fighting with one another. that was, that was good. that is the good buck in the fact that the door for the negotiations is not is not shut at the moment. that's also important. in spite of the differences, as in spite of white gaps which exist between the views of both sides sales, we think that pieces a peaceful settlement is much, much better option than different deviation of the world. be continued, we will continue to make these efforts. we will say, okay, now, no negotiations, the reality is that the water is intensified as intensified the level of violence
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as it's intensively high in the people are suffering on daily basis, days in and out. so in this sort of situation to say, okay, because there is no significant progress. so we stop it, we stop per talking to one and that, that, that will not be that option as well. what about your arrest in part as an expectations from because of the afghan government has achieved what it has with the help of its best and i live 1st, i would like you to touch upon the role of the united states because the sentiment from amongst your team members is that they feel abandoned by the united states. it hasn't given the gone government, the kind of support that it needed to establish peace. and if you betrayed that there are different feelings about that. the fact of life is that they decided, but they wanted to, to decide about tindy. previous administration had made that decision,
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and the current administration continued on that basis and the withdrawal will be completed in a few days to complete withdrawal of the troops. so that's a fact of life but to it's not like abandoning yes. that's it. that's also an opportunity, an opportunity. and that's also about unity. not just just what i for the ton about . if you want to be part of assess them and work to get at it for a peaceful settlement, that's to be forward. the support unity will be there for them. idea of the lifting . the minute did is peaceful settlement the listing will take place. that's how much they think that it has to happen before as conditions because they think that this was promised to them. and according to the high agreement between the taliban in the united states and united states is also saying that parliament have not told
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promises. and i mentioned this that this is between noon, do neither the states and we'd expected to hire lenient and be supported. this hagney meant and cooperated with it. but we're not here to clarify. the united states has a very valid point saying that taliban has not implemented, let dare promise to do. so these are, these are the, the type of discussions that we have we were having. but the good thing was that we decided to continue at this level as well. why did meanwhile affecting negotiation negotiating teams to expedite the other for us to find ways inevitably, ways that if out of many, many agendas, we have only addressed 4 of them if out of nearly 50 agenda items when the food is being addressed and the world continues that's not the pace at
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that will that will get us there because the war will create its own momentums obviously, but it requires both sites to come together, trucks, but the talk that can be a one way street. i'm coming back to expectations from the west speaking to diplomats, who have been closely monitoring and not involved in the process that is taking place and advanced on there was a sense that they felt that there needs to be a sobering, of the reality on the ground. on part of the african government, which hasn't happened, there is still talk about, you know, within 3 months we're going to retake all the areas that have been taken by the taliban. we will teach them a lesson and we will take them back to where they were. and that seems to be the rhetoric coming from cobble as well. so as long as there is no real sense of realization that they have the momentum of the fighting behind them, they've taken that many areas. then they might be time to concede, to concede, to what to concede to what the reason is that is that
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a viable option for no? absolutely not. that will never happen the in the war in the fighting, you will have upsets said back to have back in fort which jason, the because of the, the way to do the withdrawal of the international troops took place talk. taliban took advantage of that. today's just the army is the people which are assisting that. yes, of course, they saw the vacuum this gap and then they took advantage of it. now that people are resistant, can when group in afghanistan, polls is, it's what upon the whole nation, by force proof, i think it will never happen. that's why i said that to weekend yet to say that, look from one side, get an opportunity to have peaceful settlement from the other side. if the thinking is that we will, we will capture areas district offered after district and that will lead to as
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imposing a military solution and that many to solution. we want to get it through talks that will not happen. we need to have inclusive baseball set them back. so the topics one vote, i know that i'm not that much in favor of the strict topics to the fact that to the army in the army said mission is not to is not to to, to, to say that. ok, let's come and take us and they will, they will, they will, they will talk to about according to, to their, to their mission. now let me quote, present rational going just a few weeks ago saying that the u. s. decision to leave a gun is done is a decision moment for the taliban, the region, and i've gone themselves. the choice ahead is clear or less around and acceptable and state and understand or continue the dangerous power grabbing alternative who is continuing on the path of the power grabbing alternative. because if you speak
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to the other side, we have gone government. if you look at it from the human show that they have captured, they've captured so many districts in the past in the past few weeks or months. what does that mean? does that mean when that is when there is an opportunity for talks? why not to get seriously into the issues which of which are death and find, find a way for solving it. so it's, it's very clear what is being said. and also the situation is really clear. on the ground in afghanistan, you've been seeing all of the concerns which have been raised by the international community, the articles being put forth and the research by think tanks, talking about timelines of the collapse of cobble. once again, the government is going to fall. do you think that it is a realistic assessment and how hopeful are you that the african government in its current shape and form will be able to protect all of the hartford freedoms that
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are going people have achieved in the last 2 decades? certainly indeed years which has and as a colored one controller at the moment, and fortunately those freedom to the, those right, people were enjoying in their chief bench which were made as been reverse. that's also a fact of life. and the point is that the, in our side, the where we presented in the past 404048 hours was that we have different opinions about the way of life, of the governance and all of that. can we get to get it while maintaining our views about human rights, women's rights, freedom of speech. they should be here. they should have learned from jesse to dizzy to being here. it's, it's meant that quote,
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as being here and that's what, what is going on when we new talk about freedom of speech. so we have different opinions about these things. can we find ways to not to fight for imposing god. we have life upon the b but but to, to compete for it. to contest it, to civilian image through peaceful means. that's the whole thing. taliban cannot convert the whole population of upon the son into taliban carbonate. zation of our honest on is not acceptable. yes, of course, they feel at this moment that deb hand militarily on the ground too. and that will not last that way. i'm sure. i'm not talking about days and weeks that we're talking about the course of time because that's the lesson from our history. so the sooner we get to the other fact in reality
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of life, the death to you cannot, you cannot impose, you are well upon the whole nation through military might. even if you have that opportunity that should compel them. and also, as i mentioned, we're ready to, to talk about but my question was, how confident are you that the african government is going to be able to prevail to protect those freedoms and assure the african people that it is here in the long run. it will continue to be there as a, as i mentioned, if there is no, there is no peaceful settlement. unfortunately the world will continue. and as a result of the war, tinge will change and it will go on to hand at that part. if you're talking about the survival of the state, i should, i should say that yes,
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when, when the slide makes it public, that is opposition. there are different roofs which are not happy with our conduct but a de curtis. i s the unhappy, but they're the same time a day with the principals in the principal of had a public one person one vote. and so tonight, principles. and if you're talking about the survival of the state, yes. but how, how cohesive is that? it is, is that a coalition, so to speak, of people in cobble because as you were coming here, we saw those differences. once again you, you weren't able to convince from a president cars, but they have to come and join you in these talks with the talent to convince the taliban that there is no military solution. on the, on the principle of i have no doubt and you can, i see it under that one principle the did is no military solution. they have given
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the message. yes, you referred to form a prison cache. you referred to him assess enigma deal that said this, the other stated that and in the discussions which were going on that in cobble as well did with these these, these issues. but meanwhile, it was expected. i'm not saying that it, it was a clear promise. it was expected that some other senior leaders of time and also come from from pakistan. those were based impacts them. and that was one of the main reasons that those leaders didn't participate. but talking about talking about prison cars i, he accompanied me up to the airport and to his sample. and he spoke before us before departure. so that on the issue of peaceful set on that, i don't think that those who have not participated. that's because they don't,
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didn't believe in it or the believe that did as emanating solution very, very left a very quickly. we need to discuss about what is happening in the region as well. the taliban have not just taken areas inside of the sun. they've taken at least 4 major border crossings into the sun. again, we're seeing a lot of rhetoric unit, a man who supports rhetoric from cobble about how they're being supported from outside powers and how they're getting support. what is the role that the region is playing and now you hopeful that there is a positive role that can be played by regional. i was in a band. i will be very brief. it is randolf that the division can play in. it will be india legitimate interest that support for a peaceful settlement. the inclusive peaceful set. okay. different id to different different contacts, and at no time to comment on them. but it is only one
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way forward to support inclusive peaceful settlement. this will be in the intercept, the region, treaties back it as a conflict. there was a conference in tashkent. how the ideas of those conferences like that that conference was on connectivity railway between and from central asia to, to, to pakistan from, from, from, was back to son to pakistan on a sunday. and i, that's going to be the projects which it was an important event. how do say those ideas will materialize without piece and you have been riding on a lot of hope from the african peoples ever since these talk started. this was a unique opportunity into decades that i've gone finally are sitting across the table, rid of guns. this is going to be looked back by people in history. they're going to say, this is
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a pivotal moment where peace could have been achieved and have gone on. how hopeful are you that those expectations are going to be met? and you are going to be able to convince the other side that piece is the only solution, and without it, there is going to be for the suffering of the can people. one thing they can can say in this respect that this is the ratio of the absolute majority of the hottest . and this is the only way forward, which is in the interest of death on this desk on people in high interest of country in to run one thing which i can assure can to men men and women that are the spare moment to make it 1st. it is a small approach unity. we need to, we need to, we need to capitalize on it. and to as guarantee that all these efforts will produce the same result that the people are expecting. even
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in the past 10 months. part of our population are disappointed. why these things have not have not happened. one thing which i can say is that they will spend no effort in trying to consensus around it and move forward in make sure that no opportunity is messed doctor of the la chip and how council for national reconciliation. thank you very much for talking to out there. take. ah mom, flying the flag for her nation. we have been putting i'm drinking and playing crickets on what be country between my dream play in the world. wow,
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