Credible Islamic institutions term Taliban’s fighting illegitimate: Mohib

The government of Indonesia has announced multi-dimensional support to Afghan peace process, a statement from the National Security Council (NSC) said on Friday.

NSA Hamdullah Mohib during a meeting with visiting Indonesian delegation thanked Jakarta support to peace process and added the Taliban on-going fighting had been rejected by credible international Islamic institutions.

Mohib added the continuation of fighting has no legitimacy and it was perpetrated for the bloodshed of Afghans.

Indonesian Ulema Council Head Jusuf Kalla said: “I come to Afghanistan to meet our brothers, sisters and ulema, help in peace process and I want to say that Indonesia will continue its support to peace process.”

Earlier, Indonesian delegation met Foreign Minister Hanif Atmar and discussed peace process and biletral relationship.