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Afghan crisis resolution will take long if foreign nations fail to reach consensus – Official

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The Afghan crisis resolution will take too long if regional countries and other powers do not reach consensus, senior presidential adviser Qalamuddin Shinwari said in an interview with Sputnik.

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“The peace process in Afghanistan has been extremely protracted and long so far. I do not think we will no longer face these difficulties in the future.

“There will be difficulties. If regional countries and those located far from us do not arrive at a common understanding, then I think this process will take a very long time,’’ Shinwari said.

This is not a purely Afghan war, since it “incinerates others’’ the presidential adviser believed.

“In addition, the peace in Afghanistan is not in the hands of Afghans,’’ Shinwari concluded. (Sputnik/NAN)

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