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Kabul-Beijing-Islamabad to discuss Afghan peace process

04 Jul 2020 Afghanistan Times

AT News KABUL: Afghanistan would host three rounds of summit next week to strengthen the regional and extra-regional consensus regarding the Afghan peace process. It would be included meetings between Afghan, Chinese, and Pakistani authorities to talk on issues related to the security, economy and the Afghan peace process. This would also include regional and beyond regional discussions. A spokesman for the ministry of foreign affairs, Gran Hewad said in video clip that the first summit would be held on Monday with the presence of the regional countries’ representatives and allies of the Afghan government in the region. The meeting would be inaugurated by President Ashraf Ghani and be continued by the acting foreign minister, Mohammad Haneef Atmar, he added. According to him, the trilateral meeting between China, Afghanistan and Pakistan would be held on Tuesday, in which the counterparts would discuss on security, economic issues and as well as peace negotiations. On the following Thursday, Hewad said another meeting would be held to facilitate international consensus regarding the intra-Afghan negotiations and peace process with the extra-regional countries. The allies of Afghanistan, who provided economic and security support to Afghanistan during the past 19 years, he said would participate in this meeting.

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