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Confirmation of Kabul's Participation at Third Doha Meeting Pending: UN

In a recent press conference, Farhan Haq, Deputy Spokesperson for the UN Secretary-General, emphasized the UN's hope for the participation of the Islamic Emirate in the upcoming third Doha meeting on Afghanistan.

Haq said that once preliminary arrangements for the meeting are finalized, the issue of the Islamic Emirate's presence or absence will be clarified.

The Deputy Spokesperson for the UN Secretary-General added: “For now we're continuing to proceed with making arrangements, we hope that it will work out, and closer to the date we expect to be able to make an announcement once those arrangements are finalized, but at this stage of course we're still in preparations.”

The Islamic Emirate has not made any new statements regarding participation in this meeting; however, it previously announced that the agenda of the third Doha meeting is under review and after completion, they will comment on the presence or absence of the Islamic Emirate's representative.

Some political analysts believe that the key issues of Afghanistan should also be considered in the agenda of the third Doha meeting.

Zakiullah Mohammadi, a university lecturer, said: “The Doha meeting is a good meeting because all countries want to find a unified stance towards Afghanistan and a unified request from the entire world, which can provide a solution.”

Sayed Zia Hossaini, an international relations analyst, said: “The third Doha meeting may have its own specific evaluation and significance. The presence of the Islamic Emirate and the current government of Afghanistan is important as they can present their demands, needs, and fundamental issues there.”

The third Doha meeting on Afghanistan, with the participation of special representatives of countries for Afghanistan, will be held in Doha in two weeks hosted by the United Nations. The United Nations has stated that the purpose of this meeting is to increase the world's structured and organized interaction with the caretaker government.

Confirmation of Kabul's Participation at Third Doha Meeting Pending: UN

Some political analysts believe that the key issues of Afghanistan should also be considered in the agenda of the third Doha meeting.

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In a recent press conference, Farhan Haq, Deputy Spokesperson for the UN Secretary-General, emphasized the UN's hope for the participation of the Islamic Emirate in the upcoming third Doha meeting on Afghanistan.

Haq said that once preliminary arrangements for the meeting are finalized, the issue of the Islamic Emirate's presence or absence will be clarified.

The Deputy Spokesperson for the UN Secretary-General added: “For now we're continuing to proceed with making arrangements, we hope that it will work out, and closer to the date we expect to be able to make an announcement once those arrangements are finalized, but at this stage of course we're still in preparations.”

The Islamic Emirate has not made any new statements regarding participation in this meeting; however, it previously announced that the agenda of the third Doha meeting is under review and after completion, they will comment on the presence or absence of the Islamic Emirate's representative.

Some political analysts believe that the key issues of Afghanistan should also be considered in the agenda of the third Doha meeting.

Zakiullah Mohammadi, a university lecturer, said: “The Doha meeting is a good meeting because all countries want to find a unified stance towards Afghanistan and a unified request from the entire world, which can provide a solution.”

Sayed Zia Hossaini, an international relations analyst, said: “The third Doha meeting may have its own specific evaluation and significance. The presence of the Islamic Emirate and the current government of Afghanistan is important as they can present their demands, needs, and fundamental issues there.”

The third Doha meeting on Afghanistan, with the participation of special representatives of countries for Afghanistan, will be held in Doha in two weeks hosted by the United Nations. The United Nations has stated that the purpose of this meeting is to increase the world's structured and organized interaction with the caretaker government.

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