Beijing: In a recent statement, the Chinese Foreign Ministry said that the situation in Afghanistan has changed dramatically and that we respect the wishes and choices of the Afghan people.
This was stated by Chinese Foreign Ministry Spokeswoman Jiang Yu’s Regular Press Conference on Afghanistan.
He said the war in Afghanistan had been going on for more than 40 years. Achieving a ceasefire and peace is not only the desire of the more than 30 million Afghan people, but also the desire of the international community, the region and Afghanistan.
China noted that the Afghan Taliban said yesterday that the war in Afghanistan was over, that they would discuss the establishment of an open and comprehensive Islamic government and to ensure the safety of Afghan citizens and foreign missions in Afghanistan. Will take responsible steps.
“China expects these statements to be implemented to ensure a peaceful transfer of power in Afghanistan and to prevent all forms of terrorism and criminal activity,” said Hua Chunying. Let the Afghan people stay away from war and rebuild their beautiful homeland. ”
Hua Chunying said China is in contact with the Afghan Taliban on the basis of respect for Afghanistan’s sovereignty and the aspirations of various groups. We hope that the Taliban, together with the various political groups and nationalities of Afghanistan, will be able to establish a political structure that suits their situation and lay the foundation for lasting peace in Afghanistan.
Hua Chunying said that the Afghan Taliban has repeatedly expressed the hope that good relations would be maintained with China and that China would be involved in the reconstruction and development of Afghanistan. For a long time, China has never interfered in Afghanistan’s internal affairs and has pursued a policy of maintaining friendly relations with all Afghans. China respects the right of the Afghan people to decide their own future and is willing to promote cooperative and neighborly relations with Afghanistan. China will also play a positive role in establishing peace and reconstruction in Afghanistan.