President Mohammad Ashraf Ghani on Wednesday invited Taliban to peace talks as he disclosed the government’s seven key proposals to the group for reconciliation.

Speaking during the Kabul Process II conference in Kabul, President Ghani said the government is prepared to hold talks with the Taliban group.

President Ghani’s proposals to the Taliban group included recognition of the insurgent as a political party.

The other proposals to the Taliban included cease fire, transitional confidence building and paving the way for the widespread elections, revision of the constitution of Afghanistan, justice and review of the complaints, and implementation of the law.

He also proposed release of the prisoners and removal of the group from the sanctions list, security of the citizens of the country, economic and social development, development, and support of the international community.

According to President Ghani, the government will also agree with the opening of the political office for the Taliban, issue passports for the group members of the Taliban, allow freedom of travel, and assist in removal of sanctions, allow access to media, and agree with the return of their family.