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KABUL (Pajhwok): Some government and Taliban negotiating teams’ members have not traveled back to Doha to participate in the second round of talks, but sources
KABUL (Pajhwok): The Afghan government’s chief negotiator and Qatar’s deputy prime minister have discussed latest developments in the peace talks. On Monday, Qatar’s Deputy Premier
KABUL (Pajhwok): Kabul’s negotiating team claims having agreed in principle with the Taliban delegation on rules and procedures for the Doha peace talks. However, this
KABUL (Pajhwok): Reliable sources in Qatar say the code of conduct for intra-Afghan talks is being hopefully finalized soon as contact groups of both the
KABUL (Pajhwok): Afghan Chief Negotiator Masoum Stanikzai on Friday said that no one could stand against public wishes and aspirations for peace. Stanikzai on
KABUL negotiating teams in Doha. Dr. Naeem, the Taliban’s spokesperson, said the meeting took place on Thursday evening in which Taliban political office head
KABUL negotiation teams have agreed on one of the two contradictory items related to internal code of conduct, according to a well-placed source. The source,
KABUL delegations have almost reached an agreement over strategy, working rules and regulations for future talks. Nader Naderi, member and spokesperson of the Afghan government
KABUL. Najia Anwari, spokesperson for the Peace Ministry, said they had arranged a list of media outlet representatives to participate and cover the first round
KABUL and the US begins in Doha, the capital of Qatar on Saturday. US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, and foreign ministers of around 30