Kunar deputy governor said efforts are underway to facilitate the return of the displaced families to their homes.
Presidential Palace said the Qatar government “rejected” the list of Afghan delegation who wanted to attend the meeting.
Religious scholars stressed the need for an end to the war and restoration of peace and stability in the country.
Spanta says any meeting rather than Qatar will not yield an outcome and it will be subjected to "defeat".
Based on the Constitution, the National Unity Government's term ends on May 22.
So far it is not clear that the Doha conference which was scheduled for Friday is also postponed.
Putin and Tajik President Emomali Rahmon vowed to continue their countries’ security cooperation.
Politicians called on the Taliban to attend the Qatar meeting with the intention of achieving peace.
Officials from Ministry of Education said attacks on schools have changed into a "serious concern".
The AGO spokesman Jamshid Rasuli said the results of the probe will be made public next week.
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