The war has short-term and long-term negative effects on a country’s economy. America Long War in Afghanistan Ends as per Doha Accord.
Armed conflict has distressing and ancillary damaging consequences on the country’s infrastructure, public health provision, and social order. Subsequently, Afghanistan is stepping toward peace, according to Doha Accord, US troops are about to leave the country.
Pakistan on Saturday Welcomed the signing of Doha Accord between the United States and Taliban
“We welcome the Doha Accord signed between the US and the Taliban. This is the start of a peace and reconciliation process to end decades of war and suffering of the Afghan people. Now all stakeholders have to ensure that spoilers are kept at bay. My prayers for peace for the Afghan people who have suffered 4 decades of bloodshed. Pakistan will continue to support a peaceful, stable, united, democratic and prosperous Afghanistan, at peace with itself and with its neighbors”
Particulars of Doha Accord
America’s emissary for Afghanistan Zalmay Khalilzad and the Taliban’s representative Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar were enchanted and conveying the outward message of “peace” while signing the deal in the Qatari capital. But the days ahead will demonstrate whether these amiabilities are honest, or rivalry will again take a U-turn and bitter-foes will face each other on the battlefield. Doha process is currently at the edge of serenity, nevertheless, Afghanistan’s long chaotic-nightmare may need sufficient time to dwindle and to give way to a more peaceful future.
Knowing that Country’s History, it is too Early to Celebrate
Though one should remain optimistic considering that the alternative to dialogue is inexorable war. And over the past four decades, Afghanistan has been ruined by the impartial share of skirmish and the internal political elite’s covetousness for power.
America Long War in Afghanistan Ends as per Doha Accord
America along with his Nato allies have decided to withdraw foreign troops within 14 months. Although, the Taliban have acquiesced to have a dialogue with the US-backed government in Kabul. Moreover, the Taliban have also agreed to not congregate Al Qaeda, a former ally, or any other terrorist ensemble in any of the areas the militia controls.
The particulars of Doha Accord seems WELCOMING BUT TIME WILL DECIDE THE FAIR-MINDEDNESS.