A statement has been issued for the ongoing talks in Moscow for peace in Afghanistan.
According to the statement, lasting peace for all parties is possible only through a political dialogue process.
According to the statement, all parties will finalize a peace agreement to end the years old war.
The Afghan government and the National Reconciliation High Council will hold talks with the Taliban to resolve the issue. The statement said that the Afghan government and the Taliban should not allow anyone to use their territory against others.
All sides in the Afghan conflict should reduce violence and the Taliban should refrain from any further action, according to a statement from the Moscow talks.
The Taliban delegation to the Moscow conference was led by Mullah Baradar, while the Afghan government delegation was led by Abdullah Abdullah. US Special Representative Zalmai Khalilzad and representatives of Pakistan and China also attended. Qatar and Turkey attended the talks as guests.
The Biden administration had suggested that an interim government be formed for Afghanistan to agree on a new constitution and hold elections, and that a joint commission monitor the ceasefire.