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Achieved Date
970days in power
970
number of days to accomplish
Begin talks with Taliban but refuse to sacrifice any gains made for democracy and women’s rights
In Progress
Peace and Security
Wednesday, 12 August 2015
Last Updated on Tuesday, 20 October 2015
Written by TOLOnews.com
Promise Background
Peace talks with the Taliban were promised by President Gahni during his campaign period as part of his plans to promote the security and stability of Afghanistan. However the President has committed not to sacrifice the progress made in democracy, women's rights and overall nation building over the past decade during the peace efforts with the Taliban.

Indicators to Measure Progress
  • 1. Peace talks with the Taliban commence
  • 2. Afghanistan's democracy and women's rights protected in negotiations

May, 2015: Yousif Al Sada, Director of the Asian Department at the Foreign Ministry of Qatar late Sunday confirmed that Doha is hosting peace talks between Afghan officials and Taliban representatives in order to end the war in Afghanistan."                                                                                                              

Status Updated By: Tolo News                                                                                                

March 2015: In his speech at the inauguration of the fifth and last year of the current Parliament, Ghani emphasized on the immediate start of peace talks with the Taliban, something he believed is a good opportunity for Afghanistan's peace stability. Turning down concerns about sacrificing achievements for peace with the Taliban, President Ashraf Ghani assured the past 13-year gains would not be compromised in the peace negotiations.

Status Updated By: Tolo News                                                                                                

Associated Stories

1. Ghani Vows Not to Compromise Achievements in Peace Negotiations: http://www.tolonews.com/en/afghanistan/18513-ghani-vows-not-to-compromise-achievements-in-peace-negotiations

2. Doha Confirms Hosting of Peace Talks Between Afghan Govt. And Taliban: http://www.tolonews.com/en/afghanistan/19352-doha-confirms-hosting-of-peace-talks-between-afghan-govt-and-taliban

3. Doha Talks Could Pave Way For Peace Negotiations: http://www.tolonews.com/en/afghanistan/19373-doha-talks-could-pave-way-for-peace-negotiations

4. Taliban Finalize Peace Negotiators: Akbar Agha: http://www.tolonews.com/en/afghanistan/18347-taliban-finalize-peace-negotiators-akbar-agha

5. HPC Promises Inclusive Peace Talks, No Sacrifices on Nation's Gains:http://www.tolonews.com/en/afghanistan/19508-hpc-promises-inclusive-peace-talks-no-sacrifices-on-nations-gains"