The closing statement of the Moscow conference on peace in Afghanistan called on the parties to the conflict to start immediate negotiations on reducing the level of violence and stopping the Taliban from the spring offensive,
The statement also called for preparing the atmosphere for a political settlement there, and Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov warned of the presence of ISIS in Afghanistan and the danger of its expansion towards Asia.
Why is the Moscow meeting important? What are its implications for the Afghan crisis?
What are the repercussions of the deteriorating field situation in Afghanistan on the peace process?
What about the presence of American forces in Afghanistan?
Several files we are discussing with our guest, Chairman of the Supreme Council for National Reconciliation in Afghanistan, Dr. Abdullah Abdullah