Government: direct talks with Taliban will begin in upcoming two weeks
Reporter: Firdous Rasouli
The Afghan government says direct talks between Taliban begin with the government for another two weeks. The Ministry of Peacekeeping for Peace wrote with the news section: “Following the government’s efforts to open up the talks between the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan and the Taliban, the talks will begin within the next two weeks. The Ministry of Peace has worked and consulted with stakeholders on the appointment of a delegation of 15 people and is now finalizing the list of negotiating delegates. ”
The newsletter also states: “The members of the delegation are from among the faces already attended in the recent Doha Dialogue, as well as professional and professional people. The negotiating team on behalf of the Afghan government will represent a variety of people, including scholars, women, and members of civil society organizations. ”
The Department of Peacekeeping for Peace has also said that within these two weeks, it will prepare the negotiating delegation for negotiations and advance negotiations. The Ministry of Peace in peace talks aims to reduce the clashes between the two sides.