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Ex-President Ashraf Ghani’s peace envoy returns to Kabul

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Najibullah Lalzoy
Najibullah Lalzoy
Najibullah Lalzoy is a journalist and editor at Khaama Press. He has a BA degree in journalism.

Abdul Salaam Rahimi, Special representative of Afghanistan’s former president in peace affairs return to Kabul on Saturday, February 12, 2022, and was warmly welcomed by the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan.

Abdul Salaam Rahimi said that his return to Afghanistan was not a choice but an obligation as he no longer wanted to live abroad and that he is willing to stay in Afghanistan, no matter under which circumstances.

Abdul Salaam Rahimi hailed IEA’s ongoing struggles for the betterment of the situation of Afghanistan and pledged to spare no efforts for the cause.

Acting Foreign Minister of the IEA Amir Khan Motaqi who welcomed Rahimi in the Ministry said that the move is positive and asked other Afghans in exile to return to the country as Kabul is no more a military city.

Amir Khan Motaqi addressing Abdul Salaam Rahimi said that he can openly talk if he does not agree with their policies and can participate in TV talk shows and roundtables.

Meanwhile, a key member of the leadership of the IEA Anas Haqqani said that conflict in ideas is normal and people do not need to live in exile for that.

Anas Haqqani added that the decision by Rahimi was valorous and that the ongoing situation in Afghanistan was hope of odd Afghans.

Abdul Salaam Rahimi was chief of staff of Ashraf Ghani, his peace envoy, and a member of the peace delegation in Doha.

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