Regional Countries ‘Lose Consensus On Fighting Terror’ – Tolo News

National Security Adviser says Taliban has increased violence instead of giving a positive response to the Afghan government’s peace offer.

Speaking at the United States Institute of Peace, President Ashraf Ghani’s National Security Adviser Mohammad Hanif Atmar on Thursday said some countries in the region have ties with the Taliban and that this will harm regional consensus on fighting terror.

The meeting was held under the theme of Progress on Peace and Stability in Afghanistan by the US Institute of Peace.

“While there is a regional consensus on peace and reconciliation in Afghanistan, but the consensus on fighting terrorists, has broken slightly,” he said. “There are actors in the region that draw a distinction between good and …. Read More on Tolo News