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US, China, Russia call all parties to reduce violence

Four-party joint statement on Afghan Peace Process AT News Report KABUL: Representatives of China, Russia, and the United States held their 3rd consultation on the Afghan peace process in Beijing. China, Russia, and the United States welcomed Pakistan joining the consultation and believe that Pakistan can play an important role …

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Russia welcomes result of Doha all-Afghan talks

AT News Report KABUL: Moscow on Wednesday has welcomed all-Afghan talks in Doha, Qatar, held for two days 7th and 8th July with participations of over 60 Afghan delegates with Taliban negotiators to end decades long conflict, and Russia hoped that it would lay the foundation for the future reconciliation …

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Khalilzad in China after Doha peace conference

AT News Reports KABUL: Concluding his seventh round of peace talks with the Taliban representatives in Doha,US Special Representative for Afghanistan Reconciliation, Zalmay Khalilzad on Tuesday said he headed toward China—a reflective of optimism by the Afghans over the recent all-Afghan talks. “I had a meeting with Taliban this (Tuesday) …

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US prefers peace to elections in Afghanistan

AT News Report KABUL: The United States favors peace than the presidential elections slated for September 28 in Afghanistan, a participant in the ongoing intra-Afghan dialogue, said, citing the US envoy for Afghan peace, Zalmay Khalilzad. The third round of the intra-Afghan dialogue began on Sunday in Qatar to discuss …

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“US, Taliban hail progress in peace talks”

AT News Report KABUL: The US envoy for Afghanistan peace, Zalmay Khalilzad who holds negotiations with Taliban in the Persian Gulf state of Qatar, said of progresses gained in four issues of talks, calling the seventh round of negotiations “the most effective”. “Progresses made in guarantees of fight against terrorism, …

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Afghans at one table to end war: Pompeo

AT News Report KABUL: In the wake of intra-Afghan peace conference kicked off in Doha, Qatar on Sunday, US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said that “it was great to see senior government, civil society, women and Taliban representatives at one table together.” “All Americans should be glad to see …

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