KABUL, 01 January 2021, (TON): Taliban revealed their preparedness for the second round of peace negotiations between them and the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan which will begin on January 5 in Doha, Qatar.
The Taliban’s spokesman Mohammad Naeem told media that the group was fully prepared for the second round of talks.
“We will return to what was agreed, we do not have any problem in this matter,” said Naeem.
Meanwhile, the delegation representing the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan in the talks with the Taliban has also said that the republic’s team has conducted necessary consultations and will return to the talks at the scheduled time.
“The negotiations will begin on the specific date, we hope to have good talks so that peace can prevail,” said Mohammad Natiqi, a member of the peace negotiating team representing the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan in the talks with the Taliban.
The first round of talks between the two sides started on September 12 and went on until December 11.
Earlier, after the successful ending of the first round of peace talks from September 12 to December 11, negotiators in Doha reported on December 12 that both sides had exchanged their lists about the agenda of the peace negotiations and that the next phase of the talks will begin on January 5.