Ex-president Ghani says he supports talks between Taliban and predecessor Karzai
Afghan President Ashraf Ghani | REUTERS PHOTO
Afghan President Ashraf Ghani, currently a refugee in the United Arab Emirates, announced this Wednesday, August 18, to support the negotiations currently taking place to decide the future of power in the country, after the Taliban took power in Kabul.
Former Afghan President Ashraf Ghani on Wednesday (August 18th) said he supported negotiations between the Taliban who took power in Kabul and former senior Afghan officials, adding that he was in talks to return to his country that he fled. this weekend to take refuge in the United Arab Emirates .
I support the government's initiative to negotiate with (the former vice-president) Abdullah Abdullah and the former president Hamid Karzai (his predecessor, editor's note). I wish this process success , he said in a video message posted to Facebook, from the Emirates.