Qatari envoy unveils the details of the signing ceremony of the historic Afghanistan peace deal
ISLAMABAD - Qatari envoy unveils the details of the signing ceremony of the historic Afghanistan peace deal.
Mutlaq Bin Majed Al-Qahtani, Special Envoy of the Foreign Minister of the State of Qatar, who visited Kabul on Sunday, said that the US-Taliban deal will be signed in Doha and that some countries and the United Nations have been invited to this event.
He said joint efforts by Afghans for peace is the key to success in the process, TOLO News has reported.
Qatar has hosted the US-Taliban talks over the past 18 months, and it hosts a Taliban political office in Doha.
The Qatari envoy met with President Ghani and a number of political figures in Kabul.
“Quite important countries and organizations, permanent and non-permanent members in the security council, neighboring countries and all the stakeholders--all those countries who are going to support the peace process of Afghanistan--will attend the signing ceremony, he told TOLOnews.
“I met with the president, we had very intensive talks about the peace process, about the reduction in violence, about the signing of the agreement to end the war in Afghanistan,” he added. “Hopefully, we can conclude this and sign it in Doha on the 29 this month.”