The talks focused on the future constitution, ceasefire, political roadmap and the political participation in the transition period, reported Tolo News.
According to Najia Anwari, a spokesperson for the State Ministry for Peace Affairs, serious discussions are taking place between the Afghan Republic and the Taliban negotiators in Doha in the past few days.
“These meetings are held after every single night between the two sides and the discussions are focused on a number of important issues,” she said.
However, the Taliban, as Tolo News reported, has not said anything about the topic so far.
The US State Department said that Zalmay Khalilzad, the US Special Representative for Afghanistan Reconciliation has started a new series of his trips to the region for Afghan peace.
According to Zalmay, “The Taliban know that they need to be accepted as part of the future of Afghanistan, not to be a pariah. To invade Kabul and impose a government will put all the things they want internationally at risk. We will not recognize a government in Afghanistan that is imposed by force”.
Moreover, the US Serectary of State Antony Blinken after holding talks with his Pakistani and Qatari counterparts said that all these countries have a key role to play with regard to peace in Afghanistan.
In the meantime, Turkish president Recep Tayyip Erdoğan has said that based on agreement with the US and NATO, Turkey will take responsibility of providing security to the Hamid Karzai International Airport in Kabul.
Courtesy: TOLO NEWS