New developments reported in Afghanistan endgame peace talks
*KABUL - New developments reported in Afghanistan endgame peace talks, Media has reported.*
*The Afghan government is working on the structure of an inclusive and proper peace delegation for the meeting in China, said Najia Anwari, spokesperson for the Afghan State Ministry for Peace Affairs, TOLO News has reported.*
“The Afghan government is working on the structure of an appropriate delegation to attend the China meeting, and we welcome any move that is considering the ownership and the centrality of the Afghan government and the Afghan people for facilitating the peace process in Afghanistan,” said Najia Anwari.
This comes amid speculations that a planned meeting between Afghan Taliban and the Afghan politicians was delayed in China as the Afghan government is trying to conduct more consultations and debates on the structure of its peace delegation.
Sources familiar with the talks have said that the meeting in China will be held in the next few weeks once the Afghan government announces its delegation.
Meanwhile, President Ashraf Ghani at the 18th Non-Aligned Movement Summit in Baku, Azerbaijan, said that bringing about peace in Afghanistan was the topmost priority for the Afghan people and the government.