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TOLOnews 10pm News 05 April 2021

Senior political leaders and government officials are reviewing over 25 peace proposals, including that of the Presidential Palace, to make a unified peace road map for the upcoming conference in Turkey.

The committee that operates under the High Council for National Reconciliation is led by former vice president Mohammad Yunus Qanooni, and its members are politicians and senior government officials, including the national security adviser.

Republic negotiators reported progress made in multilateral meetings over the past few days for the upcoming conference in Turkey. The meetings have focused on the agenda of the conference in Istanbul, which is expected to significantly change the direction of the ongoing peace efforts in Afghanistan.

The negotiators said some agreements have been made on the context and scope of the Istanbul conference in their talks in Doha over the past week, which included representatives of the Afghan republic, the Taliban, UN, US and Qatar.

News Hour

TOLOnews 10pm News 05 April 2021

Senior political leaders and government officials are reviewing over 25 peace proposals, including that of the Presidential Palace, to make a unified peace road map for the upcoming conference in Turkey.

The committee that operates under the High Council for National Reconciliation is led by former vice president Mohammad Yunus Qanooni, and its members are politicians and senior government officials, including the national security adviser.

Republic negotiators reported progress made in multilateral meetings over the past few days for the upcoming conference in Turkey. The meetings have focused on the agenda of the conference in Istanbul, which is expected to significantly change the direction of the ongoing peace efforts in Afghanistan.

The negotiators said some agreements have been made on the context and scope of the Istanbul conference in their talks in Doha over the past week, which included representatives of the Afghan republic, the Taliban, UN, US and Qatar.

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