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Ahmadzai says Afghanistan needs real peace, not war

08-19-2022 02:16 PM CET | Politics, Law & Society

Press release from: Taleam Systems

Peace Afghanistan

Peace Afghanistan

On August 15th of this year, Afghanistan marked one year of poor governance leadership under Taliban rule. Sadly, the war ravaged country fell to the hands of the Taliban after USA officially exited from the soil last year.

According to Melad Ahmadzai, the CEO of Taleam Systems, said that Afghans still lacking durable peace after 20-years of war occupation.
He states, "we need to work towards real peace, not encourage more war".

This comes at a time when the Taliban keeps the fighting ongoing and as the war situation gets worsen across the nation.

Ahmadzai says, "If we can have real peace in Afghanistan, then this peace will benefit the region and the world for many years to come".

The Taliban have signed an accord with the USA government in Doha, Qatar to uphold human rights law and adhere to humanitarian efforts programmes. To this day, the human rights violations continues and Afghani people still require aid to support themselves.

The Afghans are waiting for the funds which was meant for supporting them have yet to released by the Biden administration.

Ahmadzai concludes, "we need real peace in Afghanistan to ensure that Afghans live dignified life and contribute to rebuilding their nation which is much needed".

With files from Melad Ahmadzai.

Melad Ahmadzai
Taleam Systems
Ottawa, Ontario
140 Inverkip

About Melad Ahmadzai, CEO of Taleam Systems

Ahmadzai has been following the situation in Afghanistan and he often comments about the peace and war situation from time to time. He is currently based in Canada. To learn more about Ahmadzai, visit his tech company website at

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