The historic peace talks between the Afghan government and the Taliban began this Saturday in Doha, the capital of Qatar, to seek a solution that ended more than two decades of conflict in the Asian country.
In addition to the negotiating teams from both parties, US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, whose country was the main sponsor of these negotiations, will also attend the event. This will continue the peace agreement reached between Washington and the Taliban last month in February.
As of now, the parties have not set an agenda or timetable for the talks, which are taking place six months behind schedule due to differences in the release of prisoners by both sides. This is an essential preliminary step. for the formal initiation of contacts.