Naderi Discusses Peace Negotiations with US Diplomat
KABUL, Afghanistan – Sayed Sadat Mansoor Naderi, State Minister for Peace and a member of the negotiating team of the Islamic Republic, met with United States Chargé d’Affaires to Afghanistan Ross Wilson in Kabul Wednesday.
The State Minister for Peace spoke about the peace process in Afghanistan, said the State Ministry for Peace in a statement.
“Both sides discussed the recent developments of the Afghan peace negotiations in Doha and the role of the High Council of #National_Reconciliation in strengthening the national consensus and supporting the negotiations,” the statement read.
Meanwhile, in a separate meeting later that day, Naderi met with #Diplomatic_Representative of the Aga Khan Development Network (AKDN) Sheherazade Hirji, discussing peace process and the networks rule in Afghan peace process.
“Both sides also discussed the use of the Aga Khan Development Network activities and cultural innovations for inclusive public participation in the peace process,” the statement read.
After two months of struggle on deciding upon the procedural rule for Afghan peace talks, sources Monday morning confirmed a breakthrough that can potentially lead to a peace deal between the Afghan and #Taliban_negotiators in Qatari capital Doha.