Iran's special envoy Iran for Afghanistan Hassan Kazimi Qomi said that Tehran will host a regional meeting on Afghanistan in the near future.
He made the remarks at the Moscow Format, which was held on Wednesday with envoys from more than 10 countries.
“The Islamic Republic of Iran ... announces its readiness for a regional discussion," he said.
The head of the Islamic Emirate’s political office in Doha, Suhail Shaheen, said they welcome the meetings which benefit Afghanistan, but stressed the need for the presence of representatives from Afghanistan.
“Any problem which is being held about our problems, particularly economic problems, a representative from the Islamic Emirate should be there,” he said.
Political analysts said the regional meetings for Afghanistan can find solutions to the country’s problems.
“The meetings are important but the presence of Afghanistan’s representative is important. The representative of Afghanistan should be invited to these meetings,” said Sayed Bilal Ahmad Fatimi, a political analyst.
“These are defensive meetings so that how they can ... secure their national interests,” said Ahmad Suhail, a political analyst.
The participants of the Moscow Format discussed the current situation in Afghanistan with an emphasis on regional security, military-political stability, socio-economic and humanitarian issues, a joint statement of the meeting participants said.