(KHAAMA PRESS): In a joint statement on Sunday, both representatives said achievements of the past two decades are “human rights, rule of law and democratic freedoms, including the increased respect for the rights and freedoms of women and girls” that should be considered during the peace negotiations. “We especially urge for the full participation of women in all aspects of the negotiations,” the statement said as quoted by local media. It came at a time both the Afghan and Taliban delegation are preparing to hold Intra-Afghan talks that will determine not only the security but also the future of Afghanistan. “There is no military solution to the conflict and the still unacceptably high level of violence is contrary to expectations of a meaningful peace process and the principles of the UN Charter,” the statement read. “We urge the Taliban to respect the desire of the citizens of Afghanistan and heed the UN Secretary-General’s and the UN Security Council’s unanimous call for an immediate unconditional, comprehensive, and nationwide ceasefire.”