Pakistani activist Malala Yousafzai has released a statement on the Afghanistan peace talks. Malala believes that peace talks and dialogues are the only way to resolve tensions in the region.
Pakistan proposed a four-point way forward for the Afghan peace process. The strategy was proposed by the Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi of Pakistan.
The negotiations between the Afghan government and the Taliban were part of efforts to end the ongoing conflicts.
Activist Malala Yousafai took to Twitter and released her statement regarding the Afghanistan peace talks.
Malala wrote: “As one of the victims of decades-long conflict and terrorism in Afghanistan and Pakistan I am speaking for many who lost their lives loved one, homes and dreams.”
Malala said that peace talks are the only way to resolve tensions in the regions. She said that there are no peace talks without the protection of human rights.
“These peace talks must ensure the dignity and freedom of all people, especially women and girls. Negotiations must include civil society and women leaders and the girls’ education must be guaranteed,” she added.
— Malala (@Malala) September 14, 2020
Malala said that we hoped that we never saw innocent people dying and losing their homes in any so-called international and local power politics. Furthermore, she hoped these talks put an end to decades-long conflicts.