Peace agreement with Hizb-e-Islami led by Gulbuddin Hekmatyar was the "biggest achievement" of National Unity Government in 1395.
The peace accord with Hezb-i-Islami has been signed six months ago (September 2016), paving the way for armed group's commander, Hekmatyar to make a political comeback despite allegations of war crimes during the 1990s.
Months after, following the request of the government, the United Nations has removed Hekmatyar's name from its list of designated terrorists.
The announcement has set the stage for Hekmatyar to return to Afghanistan after years in hiding, but the prolong delay in implementing the peace deal has caused the government to come under criticism.
Shah Hussian Murtazawi, the President's acting spokesman in a press conference on Monday, however, said that the government has done its part and there is no issue for Hekmatyar's comeback.
"No obstacle implementing peace deal with Hekmatyar, we have done things related to us," he said. We hope that Hekmatyar will announce return to Kabul.