Afghanistan's Peaceful Future: Support from Central Asia

July 27, 2020 01:27:53
Afghanistan's Peaceful Future: Support from Central Asia
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Afghanistan's Peaceful Future: Support from Central Asia

Jul 27 2020 | 01:27:53

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Show Notes

USIP hosted Ambassadors Roya Rahmani of Afghanistan, Javlon Vakhavbov of Uzbekistan, and Erzhan Kazykhanov of Kazakhstan for a virtual discussion on how the peace process can improve opportunities for greater regional connectivity and stability around areas of mutual interest, including security, trade, and transit. U.S. Special Representative for Afghanistan Reconciliation Zalmay Khalilzad will also provide remarks on the important role of Central Asia in the Afghan peace process.

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