Ceasefire with the Taliban, ongoing efforts for peace process, and the case of Commander Nizamuddin Qaisari topped the agenda of the meeting between President Mohammad Ashraf Ghani and the First Vice President General Abdul Rashid Dostum.
The Office of the First Vice President in a statement said Gen. Dostum met with President Mohammad Ashraf Ghani in ARG Palace today and exchanged views regarding the ongoing political and security situation in Afghanistan.
The statement further added that the two sides also focused on recent developments regarding the Afghan-led peace process.
They also emphasized on the importance peace and stability in Afghanistan and called it as the main demands of the people of Afghanistan and said the existing efforts for peace process should be expedited.
According to the Office of the First Vice President, the two sides also held talks regarding the ceasefire between the anti-government armed militant groups and the Afghan forces and organizing a free, fair and transparent election.
Gen. Dostum also held talks regarding the case of Commander Nizamuddin Qaisari while pointing towards the deteriorating security situation of the North, the statement by the Office of the First Vice President added.
No further details were given in this regard and it is yet not clear if they sides have reached to an agreement in this regard although Gen. Dostum had earlier said that he will step up efforts for the release of commander Qaisari upon his return to Kabul.