Afghan Voice Agency (AVA) - Daily View: The important thing that was confirmed after the recent attack is that the US is still at war with the Taliban and Afghanistan and the Doha Peace Treaty is unilaterally violated by Washington. Therefore, the struggle to communicate with the US and emphasize the necessity of Washington's adherence to the principles ...
Members of the contact groups of both sides of the peace negotiations met on Monday night in Doha, capital of Qatar and discussed the disputed issues, says republic delegate Nader Nadery, adding that both sides agreed to continue the discussion.
U.S. Special Representative for Afghanistan Reconciliation Zalmay Khalilzad departed for Doha on Tuesday and will meet both delegations to hear updates on their efforts to negotiate, the U.S. State Department said.
The commander of U.S. forces in Afghanistan met Taliban leadership in Doha to discuss the need to reduce violence in the war-torn country, spokesmen for both sides said on Saturday, as continued clashes threaten to derail a fragile peace process.
Qatar’s special envoy to Afghanistan, who arrived in Kabul Sunday to discuss Afghanistan’s peace process, says several key countries and organizations involved in the Afghan peace process have been invited to attend the signing ceremony of a US-Taliban peace deal in Doha.
Negotiations between the United States and the Taliban resumed late Sunday in Qatar – after days of discussions on next steps for peace – with Kabul pinning hopes on Qatari government to use mediation to broker peace in Afghanistan.
Deputy and Acting Foreign Minister of Mr. Idrees Zaman on Tuesday met with the Ambassador of Pakistan to Kabul, Mr. Zahid Nasrullah Khan, where both sides discussed issue of mutual ties, and other important issues.