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MoFA, UN Officials Meet Over Third Kabul Process

Foreign Deputy Minister Edris Zamani on Monday met with the United Nations Special Envoy to Afghanistan Tadamichi Yamamoto over the third Kabul Process meeting, the foreign ministry said in a statement. 

According to the statement, the third Kabul Process meeting will be held in February this year in Kabul. 

Zamani briefed Yamamoto on the agenda, messages and goals of this important meeting, considering the achievements and progress made in the second Kabul Process meeting last year. 

Yamamoto welcomed the third Kabul meeting and said the UN is supportive of it. 

The first Kabul Process meeting was officially launched by President Ashraf Ghani in June 2017 in Kabul in which a number of issues, including counter-terrorism fights, peace and Afghanistan relations with its neighbors were discussed. 

The second Kabul Process meeting was held on February last year in Kabul which focused on peace and in that meeting, Ghani announced unconditional peace negotiations with Taliban.  

In the second Kabul Process meeting, representatives from 26 countries, the European Union and two international organizations attended it. 

Following the meeting, government issued a four-page declaration on peace and reconciliation; and security cooperation and counter-terrorism. 

The declaration was adopted by Australia, Azerbaijan, Canada, China, France, Germany, India, Iran, Italy, Japan, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyz Republic, Korea, Norway, Pakistan, Qatar, Russia, Saudi Arabia, Sweden (Nordic Plus), Tajikistan, Turkey, Turkmenistan, United Kingdom, Uzbekistan, United Arab Emirates, United States, EU, NATO and UN.

MoFA, UN Officials Meet Over Third Kabul Process

Officials said the third Kabul Process meeting will be held in February this year.

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Foreign Deputy Minister Edris Zamani on Monday met with the United Nations Special Envoy to Afghanistan Tadamichi Yamamoto over the third Kabul Process meeting, the foreign ministry said in a statement. 

According to the statement, the third Kabul Process meeting will be held in February this year in Kabul. 

Zamani briefed Yamamoto on the agenda, messages and goals of this important meeting, considering the achievements and progress made in the second Kabul Process meeting last year. 

Yamamoto welcomed the third Kabul meeting and said the UN is supportive of it. 

The first Kabul Process meeting was officially launched by President Ashraf Ghani in June 2017 in Kabul in which a number of issues, including counter-terrorism fights, peace and Afghanistan relations with its neighbors were discussed. 

The second Kabul Process meeting was held on February last year in Kabul which focused on peace and in that meeting, Ghani announced unconditional peace negotiations with Taliban.  

In the second Kabul Process meeting, representatives from 26 countries, the European Union and two international organizations attended it. 

Following the meeting, government issued a four-page declaration on peace and reconciliation; and security cooperation and counter-terrorism. 

The declaration was adopted by Australia, Azerbaijan, Canada, China, France, Germany, India, Iran, Italy, Japan, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyz Republic, Korea, Norway, Pakistan, Qatar, Russia, Saudi Arabia, Sweden (Nordic Plus), Tajikistan, Turkey, Turkmenistan, United Kingdom, Uzbekistan, United Arab Emirates, United States, EU, NATO and UN.

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