Afghan official: US-Iranian crisis will affect peace negotiations with the Taliban

UNITED STATES (OBSERVATORY NEWS) — Afghan Vice President, Sorour Danish, said that the crisis between the United States and Iran will negatively affect peace negotiations with the Taliban in Afghanistan.

This came in a speech on Friday during a meeting with European diplomats in the Afghan capital, Kabul.

Danish pointed to the need to resolve the crisis between the United States and Iran through dialogue, expressing his country’s concern about the crisis.

He explained that the negative movements that may be issued by both countries will negatively affect the entire region, not just Afghanistan.

And on Wednesday, Iran launched a missile strike on two military bases hosting American soldiers in western and northern Iraq, in response to the killing of Qassem Soleimani, commander of the Iranian Quds Force, in a US raid.

The American-Iranian conflict has sparked widespread public and governmental anger in Iraq, amid fears that the country will turn into an arena of conflict open to the United States and America.


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