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This statement was made as US President Donald Trump described them, by the Russian Foreign Ministry's Second Asian Department Director Zamir Kabulov.
Axar.az reports citing foreign media.
"We regret that the process is suspended. We still think that it is not dead but suspended. Emotions are running high, overboard on both sides, but we believe that at some point the sides will return and continue talking and finalizing the deal," Kabulov, who is also the special presidential representative for Afghanistan, said.
Moscow saw the potential agreement as "an important step that would pave the way to national reconciliation and consequent full settlement of the Afghan crisis," Kabulov said.
"So we expect that it will eventually happen," he diplomat said.
Trump said Monday, after calling off secret Camp David meetings with the Taliban and Afghan President Ashraf Ghani, that the talks with the movement were "dead."
2019.09.10 / 12:52