A source from Presidential Palace said the Afghan government is focusing on the effectiveness of the team.
Peace activists said Afghans have been tired of war and that they want an end to violence and conflicts in the country.
Khalilzad said that they agreed a national, inclusive, and unified Afghan negotiating team is urgently needed.
Atmar says recent crackdown by government against some personalities and officials is “illegal and illegitimate”.
Zalmay Khalilzad calls on Afghans to put aside their differences and unite for peace.
Government has agreed on a new plan of action and in this context information will be shared and consultations will be ongoing.
Police confirm an IED was placed under the driver’s seat in the car.
Taliban said in a statement that most negotiators of the group are on the UN blacklist.
MoFA said Islamabad did not consult the Afghan government on the planned meeting.
Parwan residents said they are tired of war and that peace efforts need to be accelerated.
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