MEHWAR: Zabihullah Mujaddidi Discusses Doha Talks
The contact groups from both sides of the Afghan peace negotiations have resumed their talks on Sunday after three days of delays.
On Sunday evening, the contact groups from both sides held meetings for several hours; however, they did not manage to agree on two important points in the procedural rules, said a member of the republic's team.
17 days have passed since negotiators from both sides of the Afghan peace negotiations began attempts to reach an agreement about the procedural rules intended to guide the formal talks.
“We are holding discussions to move the talks forward. What we need is to decide on the two basic points that I informed you about, which are a collection of the values that makes the framework of today’s Afghanistan and future Afghanistan, which are quite important in terms of identity,” said Nader Nadery, a member of the republic’s negotiating team.
Negotiators have said that no one can predict when these disagreements will come to an end.
In this episode host Wahid Ahmadi discusses the topic with Zabihullah Mujaddidi, the secretary of the Afghan National Liberation Front.