KABUL - There are challenges and perils facing security handover process in the country, chief of transition process said on Saturday.
Afghanistan still fails to find its moral, political, social and economic gravity centres, Transition Chief Ashraf Ghani Ahmadzai said at a session.
Participants in the session, landscape of peace and assessment of the current situation in Afghanistan, which was attended by a number of MPs, representatives of right groups and experts described the situation fragile.
It would be very hard to convince the Taliban to come to negotiations until 2014, an Afghan expert Waheed Mujhda said.
"It would be very difficult to reach a consensus with the Taliban over the constitution and democracy," Waheed Mujhda said. Participants in the session said that Pakistan is engaged in undeclared war with Afghanistan and it has a crucial role in troubling Afghanistan.
A lecturer in University of Kabul, Ahmad Zeya Rafat said: "Considering the volume of evidence that with the international community we should call Pakistan government a terrorist government."
"The main factor behind war and disputes in Afghanistan is Pakistan," a spokesman for change an hope coalition Sayed Aqa Fazel Sancharaki said.
Chief of transition further said that handover process has a gradual goal.
Afghan security forces have so far taken the lead of seven regions as part of the handover process and at the same time 650 US soldiers were recently flown out of the country.