Ghani says he will never sign new gandamak treaty

A spokesman to the president’s administration has quoted president Ghani as saying that if someone thinks he can force Ashraf Ghani to sign another Gandamak treaty, he is wrong.
Date of Publication : Thursday 31 January 2019 11:31
Ghani says he will never sign new gandamak treaty
A spokesman to the president’s administration has quoted president Ghani as saying that if someone thinks he can force Ashraf Ghani to sign another Gandamak treaty, he is wrong.
“We want neither Shah Shujah nor emir Mohammad Ya’qub Khan to sign Gandamak treaty, but we want Amanullah Khan, Ahmad Shah, and Mahmoud Ghaznawi,” Shah Hussain Mortazavi, the deputy spokesman to the presidency quoted M. Ashraf Ghani as saying on Thursday.
The remarks from president Ghani comes as US – Taliban marathon talks in Qatar have had “progress” and the probable formation of an interim government has been posed.
If anyone thinks can force Ashraf Ghani to sign another Gandamak treaty, he is wrong, Mortazavi wrote on his Facebook page.
“Shed my blood, but I will not do such disgraceful action,” he quoted president Ghani as saying.
The US special representative on Afghan peace process Zalmay Khalilzad in an interview with a media outlet in Afghanistan said that he is not talking about an interim administration, but a solution must be found to break Afghanistan’s deadlock.
Story Code: 88301
Reporter : Hafizullah Rajabi
 


 
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