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Afghan Interim Govt to Attend Third Doha Meeting

Zabihullah Mujahid, the spokesperson for the Islamic Emirate, announced the participation of a delegation from the interim government in the third Doha meeting.

Mujahid told TOLOnews that the composition of the delegation representing the Islamic Emirate in Doha will be announced soon.

He emphasized that after evaluations, they concluded that this meeting is in Afghanistan's best interest.

The spokesperson for the Islamic Emirate said: "The Afghan delegation will participate in the upcoming Doha meeting."

Mujahid mentioned that the key topics to be discussed at the third Doha meeting include humanitarian aid for the Afghan people and creating investment opportunities in the country.

Zabihullah Mujahid added: "The composition of the delegation will be announced later, God willing, and we considered this in Afghanistan's best interest; the main and important topics are humanitarian aid in Afghanistan and creating opportunities for investors in Afghanistan. There may be other topics as well, but all are considered beneficial for Afghanistan."

Meanwhile, the spokesperson for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs said that if there are any changes in the composition and agenda of the third Doha meeting, this will affect the decision-making of the interim government.

This is the third meeting of special representatives of countries initiated by the UN Secretary-General, which will be held regarding Afghanistan.

"If the decisions made at the third Doha meeting genuinely solve Afghanistan's problems, then this is important for Afghanistan, the region, and the world," said Sayed Akbar Sial Wardak, a political analyst.

"When the demands of the Islamic Emirate are accepted there, then the presence will be meaningful, and this meeting will bring positive changes to the situation in Afghanistan," Samiullah Ahmadzai, another political analyst, told TOLOnews.

The third Doha meeting with the presence of special representatives of countries will be held on June 30 and July 1 on Afghanistan.

Earlier, the UN Under-Secretary-General for Political and Peacebuilding Affairs, visited Kabul and said that in addition to other issues, financial, banking, drug control, and climate change issues will also be addressed; however, the Islamic Emirate had made its participation in this meeting conditional on the acceptance of its demands.

Meanwhile, human rights organizations asked the participants of this meeting to place the issue of human rights at the center of their discussions.

Afghan Interim Govt to Attend Third Doha Meeting

Mujahid told TOLOnews that the composition of the delegation representing the Islamic Emirate in Doha will be announced soon.

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Zabihullah Mujahid, the spokesperson for the Islamic Emirate, announced the participation of a delegation from the interim government in the third Doha meeting.

Mujahid told TOLOnews that the composition of the delegation representing the Islamic Emirate in Doha will be announced soon.

He emphasized that after evaluations, they concluded that this meeting is in Afghanistan's best interest.

The spokesperson for the Islamic Emirate said: "The Afghan delegation will participate in the upcoming Doha meeting."

Mujahid mentioned that the key topics to be discussed at the third Doha meeting include humanitarian aid for the Afghan people and creating investment opportunities in the country.

Zabihullah Mujahid added: "The composition of the delegation will be announced later, God willing, and we considered this in Afghanistan's best interest; the main and important topics are humanitarian aid in Afghanistan and creating opportunities for investors in Afghanistan. There may be other topics as well, but all are considered beneficial for Afghanistan."

Meanwhile, the spokesperson for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs said that if there are any changes in the composition and agenda of the third Doha meeting, this will affect the decision-making of the interim government.

This is the third meeting of special representatives of countries initiated by the UN Secretary-General, which will be held regarding Afghanistan.

"If the decisions made at the third Doha meeting genuinely solve Afghanistan's problems, then this is important for Afghanistan, the region, and the world," said Sayed Akbar Sial Wardak, a political analyst.

"When the demands of the Islamic Emirate are accepted there, then the presence will be meaningful, and this meeting will bring positive changes to the situation in Afghanistan," Samiullah Ahmadzai, another political analyst, told TOLOnews.

The third Doha meeting with the presence of special representatives of countries will be held on June 30 and July 1 on Afghanistan.

Earlier, the UN Under-Secretary-General for Political and Peacebuilding Affairs, visited Kabul and said that in addition to other issues, financial, banking, drug control, and climate change issues will also be addressed; however, the Islamic Emirate had made its participation in this meeting conditional on the acceptance of its demands.

Meanwhile, human rights organizations asked the participants of this meeting to place the issue of human rights at the center of their discussions.

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