Qatar hosts new round of US-Taliban talks
June 30 2019 11:35 PM
US and Taliban negotiators wrapped up their sixth round of peace talks on Thursday
US and Taliban negotiators wrapped up their sixth round of peace talks on Thursday. Reuters

QNA/Doha

Qatar hosted a new round of talks between the United States and the Afghan Taliban movement, which started on June 29, to complement previous rounds of talks in Doha that aimed at finding a diplomatic way to achieve peace and stability in Afghanistan.
During this round of talks, the two sides discussed the withdrawal of foreign troops from Afghanistan, the non-use of Afghanistan territory against the United States or any other country, participation in Afghan-Afghan dialogue and negotiations, and a comprehensive ceasefire.
In the opening statement, the two sides stressed the importance of ending the suffering of the Afghan people, who long for and deserve peace. They also stressed the mutual desire of both sides to move quickly and make tangible progress.
Qatar, which is mediating the talks, welcomed the current round of talks as an important and tangible development in the peace talks in Afghanistan. Qatar expressed the hope that the talks will achieve the desired results to achieve lasting peace in Afghanistan.



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