Indonesian Clerics ‘Will Visit Kabul To Condemn War’

The Indonesian vice president and a group of that country’s religious scholars will visit Kabul in the near future and are expected to condemn the ongoing war as illegitimate, Mohammad Karim Khalili, the head of the High Peace Council, said at a press conference on Wednesday.

“Our main duty is to end the war and begin the peace negotiations,” Khalili said. “People should be involved in the peace process. We had discussions with political parties and they announced their support to the peace process.”

He said the promotion of the peace process by Afghanistan and Pakistan media will change things in the region.

“We had a discussion with Pakistani journalists who visited Kabul (this week) and talked about the peace process and their role in it,” he said.

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President Ghani to visit Kazakhstan

President Mohammad Ashraf Ghani heading a high level government delegation would leave to Kazakhstan late on Thursday.

Reports suggest that during the state visit, President Ghani would meet his Kazakh counterpart Nursultan Nazarbayev, Prime Minister Karim Qajymqanuly Massimov and other high ranking Kazakh officials.

Both sides would ink few agreements including at least two in economic sector.

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