Turkey to hold peace conference on Afghanistan
( MENAFN ) On Tuesday, Apr. 13 Turkey's Foreign Ministry revealed that the country will hold talks on Afghanistan's peace course in Istanbul from April 24 until May 4.
Turkey, Qatar, and the United Nations are co-assembling a "high-level and inclusive" meeting between the Afghan administration and the Taliban outfit, stated the ministry in a written report.
The report stated: "the co-conveners are committed to supporting a sovereign, independent, and unified Afghanistan," further saying that "participation in the conference and its agenda have been the subject of extensive consultations with the Afghan parties."
The ministry said that the meeting would concentrate on drawing a roadmap for a future political conclusion and ending the conflict.
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