Afghans hope negotiators will bridge gaps in Doha

War-weary Afghans are still awaiting progress as negotiators from the both sides of the Afghan peace negotiations try to bridge the gaps and reach an agreement about the procedural rules intended to guide the formal talks

Sep 27, 2020
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War-weary Afghans are still awaiting progress as negotiators from the both sides of the Afghan peace negotiations try to bridge the gaps and reach an agreement about the procedural rules intended to guide the formal talks.

Members of the negotiating team representing the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan in talks with the Taliban have said that discussions between the two sides will continue to try and find solutions to the preliminary disagreements.

Both the Kabul and Taliban teams formed small groups called “contact groups” on the opening day of the talks on September 12. The contact groups have held five meetings so far to discuss rules and regulations as well as the agenda of the negotiations.


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