Opening of Afghan peace negotiations on September 12, 2020 in Doha, Qatar. [Photo: SORIN FURCOI/AL JAZEERA]

DOHA, Qatar – The Afghan and Taliban delegations have agreed on a code of conduct that sets ground rules to advance their peace talks in Doha, according to sources that confirmed Tuesday, which had frozen the process for weeks.  

The delegations, helped by U.S. officials, agreed on Monday on 19 rules which make up a code of conduct that will be followed to stop the peace talks collapsing, the sources told Reuters.

The report came at a time both the Afghan and Taliban representatives have struggled to agree on procedural rules that will facilitate intra-Afghan talks in Doha, determining peace and stability in Afghanistan.

  • Mohammad Arif Sheva

    Muhammad Arif Sheva holds a B.A degree in Journalism from Int’l Peace Leadership College Rizal, Philippines. Sheva works as an editor and content writer for Afghan News.



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