China Reveals Support For Peaceful Rebuilding In Afghanistan

The international community which includes China has revealed that they will continue to support Afghanistan in its peaceful rebuilding.

It is noted that they will continue to provide their assistance for Afghanistan’s social and economic development.

A Chinese foreign ministry spokesperson said,
“As a friendly and close neighbour and friend of Afghanistan, China always upholds a friendly policy towards the entire Afghan people which will never change,” Zhao Lijian said during his regular briefing held here.

He the added that,
“We will continue to support peaceful reconstruction in Afghanistan and to the best of our capability assist Afghanistan in its economic and social development” .

According to the Chinese foreign ministry spokesperson,during the past situation in Afghanistan,they had experienced major changes after four decades plus war and turmoil.
He said the Afghan people yearned for peace and stability.

The spokesperson disclosed that,
“China hopes that all factions in the country will work to resolve differences through dialogue and consultation, and prevent new conflict and humanitarian disaster, and work for a steady transition of the situation” .

However, when the spokesperson was noting the statement from Afghan Taliban, about friendly relations with other countries, he said the Chinese side hopes it will work with other factions at home through dialogue and consultation and establish an inclusive and open political framework, and adopt moderate and prudent domestic and foreign policy, and ensure that personnel and institutions of other countries in Afghanistan will be safe.

He added that the Chinese side hopes that the Afghan Taliban will firmly fight the terrorist forces, including the East Turkistan Islamic Movement (ETIM), and earnestly implement its commitment not to allow any force to use the Afghan territory to engage in terrorist acts detrimental to China.

Zhao Lijian said that China will continue to play a constructive role towards the early realisation of enduring peace in the country.

About the human rights situation, he said that the Chinese side respects the will and choice of the Afghan people.

“The most imperative task at hand is to restore peace and stability and order as soon as possible, and to prevent unnecessary casualties and large-scale refugees to the best of capability,” he said.

The spokesperson said the safety and interests of Afghan and foreign nationals, diplomatic missions in Afghanistan must be respected and guaranteed.

“We hope the Afghan Taliban will work with other factions and ethnic groups in solidarity and establish a political framework that is open, inclusive in keeping with national conditions,” he added.

“We urge these countries to stop such illegal military intervention and instead take concrete measures to contribute to world peace and stability, and the protection of human rights,” he added.

He hoped that there would be an open, inclusive and broadly representative regime in Afghanistan. “Only after that we will come to the question of diplomatic recognition,” he said.

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