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Heart of Asia Conference support peace talks with Taliban

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More than 40 representatives and Participants of ‘Heart of ASia’ conference on Thursday announced to support the security transition to Afghan security forces and Afghan peace talks with the militants groups.

The participants of regional ‘Heart of Asia’ conference emphasized on counter-narcotics campaign, political stability efforts in Afghanistan and supported the Afghan government plans regarding peace talks with the Taliban group.

The conference was attended by 6 regional neighboring foreign ministers of Afghanistan, 8 regional nations, a number of European and International organizations representatives.

Afghan president Hamid Karzai urged the participants of ‘Heart of ASia’ conference to assist Afghanistan for securing peace and stability.

The foreign ministers of Pakistan, Iran, China, Tajikistan, Uzbekistan, Turkmenistan, Russia, Turkey and Indian justice minister along with representatives of United Arab Emirate, Saudi Arabia, Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan and Kergyzstan.

Represetatives from USA, United Kingdom, Australian, Canada, Denmark, Egypt, France, Finland, Germany, Iraq, Italy, Japan, Norway, Spain, Sweden and 12 international organizations had also participated in the summit.

Afghan president Hamid Karzai while speaking during the summit emphasized on security transition from NATO troops to Afghan security forces and Afghan reconciliation with the militants groups, and said the two programs are among the agendas of the Afghan government which can secure stability in Afghanistan.

President Karzai said he was confident the security transition will be completed by 2013 and it is important that the transition of security should be implemented successfully.

He also urged Pakistan and Saudi Arabia to assist Afghanistan in peace negotiations with the Taliban group.

Karzai said Afghan high peace council chief Salauddin Rabbani will visit Saudi Arabia and Pakistan in the near future to discuss Afghan peace talks progress with the two nations.

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