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Civil Society calls for an end to conflict in Afghanistan

KABUL: Civil society representatives at a series of UN-backed radio programmes in Central Afghanistan called on the parties to stop fighting and return to the negotiating table.

The series is part of the United Nations Assistance Mission in Afghanistan’s (UNAMA) outreach effort to facilitate dialogue at the community level.

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During the radio programmes in Panjshir, Parwan and Kapisa provinces, speakers representing religious institutions, civil society, women councils, academia, and youth groups stressed that there is no justification for violence, armed conflict and loss of lives, UNAMA said in a statement.

They asserted that the wellbeing of all Afghans should be the focus of the peace talks.

The UNAMA facilitated radio series was organized and aired out by Radio Kechken in Panjshir, Radio Dunya Naween in Parwan and Radio Sada-e-Nijrab in Kapisa.

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