Qatar said on Thursday it welcomed a new round of talks between the United States and Afghan Taliban being held in Doha.
This third round of talks being hosted by Qatar began on May 1 and is a continuation of earlier talks that took place in Doha between the two parties, which aim to achieve peace and stability in Afghanistan.
The two sides will discuss the four components of the framework agreement, which was agreed upon in the last two rounds of talks.
The four components are: foreign troop withdrawal, guarantees that will prevent the use of Afghanistan soil by any groups or individuals against the security of the United States or any other country, intra-Afghan dialogue and negotiations, and reduction in violence leading to a comprehensive ceasefire.
The State of Qatar, which acts as the mediator in this conflict, considers this round an important development to achieve peace in Afghanistan.
Furthermore, the State of Qatar hopes that these talks will achieve the desired results to achieve peace and stability in Afghanistan.
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