The President of Uzbekistan supported the call for trump to promote peace in Afghanistan

© RIA Novosti / Alexei Druginderal in photobacteria-Minister of Uzbekistan Shavkat Mirziyoev. Archival photoThe President of Uzbekistan supported the call for trump to promote peace in Afghanistan© RIA Novosti / Alexei Druginderal the image Bank

Uzbekistan supports the call of the President of the United States Donald trump to the countries-neighbours of Afghanistan on the promotion of peaceful settlement of the conflict in this country, said the President of Uzbekistan Shavkat Mirziyoev in his speech at the UN General Assembly in new York.

«We support the call of the administration of the President of the United States Mr. Donald trump to the States neighbouring Afghanistan to facilitate the peace process of the inter-Afghan settlement,» said Mirziyoev.

The head of Uzbekistan expressed conviction that the only way to peace in Afghanistan is a direct dialogue without preconditions between the Central government and the main political forces.

Mirziyoev believes that the talks should be held with the leading role of Afghanistan in its territory and under the auspices of the UN. «A wise Afghan people the right to determine their own fate» — said the head of Uzbekistan.

The President said that Uzbekistan will continue to contribute to the development of Afghanistan, particularly in upgrading its transport and energy infrastructure and the training of national staff.

The situation in Afghanistan in recent months, has deteriorated markedly. Radical movement «Taliban»*, formerly possessed a large territory in rural areas of the country, launched a major offensive against the city. Also in the country has increased the influence of the terrorist group*.

* A terrorist organization banned in Russia.

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