Contact groups from both sides of the Afghan peace negotiations in Doha resumed their discussions on Wednesday
Contact groups from both sides of the Afghan peace negotiations in Doha resumed their discussions on Wednesday.
The meetings lasted for several hours and were aimed at finalizing the procedural rules and regulations for the formal talks, said a member of the republic's team.
“An agreement has been made on 18 of the disputed points. Our contact groups today continued their discussions on the two remaining items. The perspectives (of both sides) have come closer; however, they have not reached a final agreement on these points so that we could move toward the agenda of the talks,” said Attaullah Ludin, a member of the republic's negotiating team.