[Global Network Reporter Wang Huan] The Ministerial Conference of the Afghan Aid Countries was held in Geneva, Switzerland on the 28th. More than 60 countries including the United States, Japan, Russia and China participated in the conference. The meeting confirmed the international launch of the peace process through a joint statement. The importance of coordination. The Afghan war, launched in 2001 as a turning point in the US 9·11 terrorist attacks, is the longest war in American history, and the early realization of peace has become a top priority.
According to a report by the Japanese Kyodo News Agency on November 29, Afghan President Ghani said in a speech, “We hope to reach a peace agreement and allow the (anti-government armed forces) Taliban to join a democratic and comprehensive society.” ; said that it will accelerate efforts towards peace. The Taliban did not participate in the meeting.
The United States, as a party to the war, is stepping up its withdrawal from Afghanistan and exploring peace talks with the Taliban. The US Under Secretary of State for Political Affairs, Hale, said that “Peaceful Afghanistan is achievable” and that there have been positive signs of talks with the Taliban.