According to the report of Tolo News, on Friday, Abdullah spoke on the second anniversary of the death of former chief of Kandahar police, General Abdul Razik. Several other dignitaries and politicians were also present during this period, including the first Vice President Amarutullah Saleh, National Security Adviser Hamdullah Mohib and Jamiat-e-Islami chief Salauddin Rabbani.
During this period, Abdullah stressed the need for unity among the Afghans and said that violence will not bring peace to the country.
He said that if the idea of re-ruling the Taliban after the withdrawal of international forces, it would never be acceptable to the people of Afghanistan.
Condemning the rise in incidents of recent violence, including in Helmand province, Abdullah said that by increasing violence and targeting religious scholars, politicians and journalists with common people, people will not feel peace by reducing the morale of the people.
He said that the efforts of the Afghan government to maintain peace system in the country are being supported by other countries and there is also a discussion that the country has already announced its stand on the ceasefire.
Abdullah said that if the Taliban does not come to terms with an argument for peace until finally, the Afghans themselves will protect the dignity and sovereignty of the country.
The violence was expected to ease with the start of peace talks in Doha a month ago, but has increased unexpectedly over the past few weeks. The Taliban attacked several parts of Helmand less than a week ago, displacing thousands of families.
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