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Foreign Ministry Holds Meeting on Kabul’s Participation at 3rd Doha Meeting

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Islamic Emirate held a conference on the stance of the interim government at the third Doha meeting.

The conference, led by Zakir Jalali, director of the third political department of the Foreign Ministry, said he considers the third Doha meeting regarding Afghanistan as potentially beneficial.

Participants noted that compared to the first and second Doha meetings, positive changes may result from the third Doha meeting and that the details of this meeting should be shared with the Islamic Emirate.

Regarding the meeting, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs said: "Considering the topics discussed, it seems there is no major issue with the agenda, but the Islamic Emirate is waiting for the United Nations to share the latest details of the meeting so that the Islamic Emirate can make a decision accordingly."

Meanwhile, the United Nations has said that special representatives of countries will clarify their positions on Afghanistan during this meeting.

Stéphane Dujarric, the spokesperson for the United Nations Secretary-General, said in a press briefing: “The Secretary-General, as you will recall, we’ve invited envoys on Afghanistan to attend a meeting in Doha at the end of this month (June) in order to bring some clarity and consistency to the way the world deals with the situation in Afghanistan.”

Some political analysts said the participation of the Islamic Emirate delegation in the third Doha meeting will be beneficial for positive change in the situation in Afghanistan.

"Without the participation of the representative of the Islamic Emirate, who is the party involved with international organizations, it is impossible to resolve the issue of Afghanistan," said Salim Paigir, a political analyst.

"This is an opportunity where we can interact with the international community and discuss with prominent Afghan figures and parties," Nasir Shafiq, another political analyst, told TOLOnews.

The third Doha meeting, with the presence of special representatives for Afghanistan, will be held from June 30 to July 1 in Qatar. The United Nations has said that the purpose of this meeting is to structured manner.

Foreign Ministry Holds Meeting on Kabul’s Participation at 3rd Doha Meeting

Director of the third political department of the Foreign Ministry, said he considers the third Doha meeting regarding Afghanistan as potentially beneficial.

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The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Islamic Emirate held a conference on the stance of the interim government at the third Doha meeting.

The conference, led by Zakir Jalali, director of the third political department of the Foreign Ministry, said he considers the third Doha meeting regarding Afghanistan as potentially beneficial.

Participants noted that compared to the first and second Doha meetings, positive changes may result from the third Doha meeting and that the details of this meeting should be shared with the Islamic Emirate.

Regarding the meeting, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs said: "Considering the topics discussed, it seems there is no major issue with the agenda, but the Islamic Emirate is waiting for the United Nations to share the latest details of the meeting so that the Islamic Emirate can make a decision accordingly."

Meanwhile, the United Nations has said that special representatives of countries will clarify their positions on Afghanistan during this meeting.

Stéphane Dujarric, the spokesperson for the United Nations Secretary-General, said in a press briefing: “The Secretary-General, as you will recall, we’ve invited envoys on Afghanistan to attend a meeting in Doha at the end of this month (June) in order to bring some clarity and consistency to the way the world deals with the situation in Afghanistan.”

Some political analysts said the participation of the Islamic Emirate delegation in the third Doha meeting will be beneficial for positive change in the situation in Afghanistan.

"Without the participation of the representative of the Islamic Emirate, who is the party involved with international organizations, it is impossible to resolve the issue of Afghanistan," said Salim Paigir, a political analyst.

"This is an opportunity where we can interact with the international community and discuss with prominent Afghan figures and parties," Nasir Shafiq, another political analyst, told TOLOnews.

The third Doha meeting, with the presence of special representatives for Afghanistan, will be held from June 30 to July 1 in Qatar. The United Nations has said that the purpose of this meeting is to structured manner.

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