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Turkey To Host High Level Conference Between Afghan Taliban, India Also Invited!

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Turkey announced on Tuesday that this month it will host a 10-day peace conference in Istanbul between various struggling sides of Afghanistan. Turkey’s Foreign Ministry issued a statement saying the conference will be attended by representatives of the Taliban and the Afghan government as well as officials from Turkey, Qatar, and the United Nations. India has also been invited to the conference. The conference will be held from April 24 to May 4.

The sudden announcement comes after a Taliban spokesman said on Monday that religious militias would not attend this week’s peace conference in Turkey, which seemed to sour US efforts for a peace plan. The Turkish Foreign Ministry did not give detailed information about the participants of the conference. It said the meeting is aimed at accelerating the inter-Afghan dialogue which is going on in Doha and finding a suitable and permanent political solution. The UN said the co-organizers of the conference support a sovereign, independent, and unified Afghanistan.

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