Kabul, MINA — : President Mohammad Ashraf Ghani in a meeting with a number of the country’s ulema who recently visited Indonesia, said that Indonesia was a great Islamic country and the eastern country could play key role in Afghanistan peace talks, Kabul Times reported, citing a statement Tuesday.
Discussing the issue of Afghan peace talks with the Afghan ulema delegation recently visited Indonesia, Mawlavi Qeyamuddin Kashaf and Mawlavi Attaullah Lodin spoke about the achievements of their journey and called it successful for the country’ peace efforts, said the statement from The Presidential Palace.
They thanked the president for his support to and preparation of the ground for the visit that had focused on discussion of the peace issue with the Indonesian religious scholars, according to the statement.
“The meeting [Peace Conference with Indonesian religious scholars] is the start of a series of conferences, which should be continued at the high level with the world and regional Islamic countries,” said the president as quoted by the statement.
The president said the possession and initiation of peace in this field was owned by the Afghans, the statement added.
He said the his government main goal was restoration of peace in the country, and would never withdraw from it and added that with the trilateral meeting of Afghanistan, Pakistan and Indonesia ulema, the process was going on to a positive way and the process should be continued in the future. (T/RS5/RS1)
Mi’raj Islamic News Agency (MINA)