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Khalilzad ‘Getting Ready’ For Another Afghan Peace Mission

The US Special Envoy Zalmay Khalilzad on Friday held talks with ambassadors of Germany and India as well as with Foreign Minister of Uzbekistan to “consult” with them about the Afghan peace process.

Khalilzad said in a tweet that he is “getting ready to launch another mission in the hope of making further process”, referring to the next round of his talks with the Taliban in Doha aimed at ending the Afghan war through a political settlement.

Recently, Khalilzad concluded the seventh round of talks with the Taliban in Doha. He termed the last round of talks “most productive”.

Earlier this month, at least 60 delegates from Kabul met with 17 members of the Taliban in an intra-Afghan dialogue conference in Doha, co-hosted by Germany and Qatar, where the two sides issued an unprecedented resolution in which the Taliban agreed to reduce violence by stopping attacks on public places, including schools, mosques and other civilian places.

On June 25, the US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo in his visit to Kabul said he hopes that Afghanistan will achieve a peace deal ahead of the Presidential Elections – scheduled for September 28.

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Khalilzad ‘Getting Ready’ For Another Afghan Peace Mission

Khalilzad says he hopes he will make further progress in this round of talks with the Taliban.

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The US Special Envoy Zalmay Khalilzad on Friday held talks with ambassadors of Germany and India as well as with Foreign Minister of Uzbekistan to “consult” with them about the Afghan peace process.

Khalilzad said in a tweet that he is “getting ready to launch another mission in the hope of making further process”, referring to the next round of his talks with the Taliban in Doha aimed at ending the Afghan war through a political settlement.

Recently, Khalilzad concluded the seventh round of talks with the Taliban in Doha. He termed the last round of talks “most productive”.

Earlier this month, at least 60 delegates from Kabul met with 17 members of the Taliban in an intra-Afghan dialogue conference in Doha, co-hosted by Germany and Qatar, where the two sides issued an unprecedented resolution in which the Taliban agreed to reduce violence by stopping attacks on public places, including schools, mosques and other civilian places.

On June 25, the US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo in his visit to Kabul said he hopes that Afghanistan will achieve a peace deal ahead of the Presidential Elections – scheduled for September 28.

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