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2nd intra afghan Dialog on Afghanistan Doha Qatar canceled


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People who are expected to meet with the Taliban and America during the sixth round of peace talks in Qatar in the second week of April  (14./15.) 2019. 200 rooms would be rented at a 5-star hotel in Doha, where the total cost of one night would become more than 3 million Afghanis.
According to the source, every three members of this delegation will receive a Mercedes-Benz, which the whole cost would become 350,000 Afghanis for 24 hours.



The Afghan delegation’s trip to Doha, Qatar, for talks with the Taliban was delayed to an unclear time for issues around the 249-member government team’s formation. The delegation was expected to leave Kabul for Doha on Thursday 18 Apr 2019. Afghan officials have said they would not accept changes to the list of about 200 participants that they sent to the Qatari hosts, which emerged from a protracted internal selection process. But the Taliban are refusing to meet with that group.(20190418)

 

A landmark meeting between the Taliban and senior Afghan political figures was canceled Thursday in a row over who should participate, dealing a crushing setback to efforts to reach a negotiated settlement of the 18-year Afghan war.The Afghan government announced a list of 250 people, including 52 women, to head to Qatar as delegates for peace talks with the Taliban. ( 20190418)



From Afghanistan:
 

Men:
Ata M. Noor,
Hanif Atmar,
Yunus Qanuni,
Najibullah Mujaddadi,
Ismael Khan,
Mansour Naderi,
Hekmat Khalil Karzai,
Ahmad Qurluq,
Ghairat Bahir,
Latif Pedram,
Umar Zakhilwal,
Wakil Ahmad Motawakil,
Abdul Salam Zaeef,
Qutbuddin Helal,
Mawlawi Sayyed Rahman Haqqani, and others.

Women
Sahira Sharif,
Sara Sarkhawi,
Homaira Haqmal,
Safia Seddiqi,
Aryan Yun,
Sofia Omar

From Taliban:
Abbas Stanekzai, Salam Hanafi, Amir Khan Muttaqi, Abdul Latif Mansour, Mati ul-Haq Khales, Abdulmanan Umari, Sayed Rasoul Halim, Shahabuddin Delawar, Din Mohammad, Abdul Rahman Madani, Mullah Zahid Ahmadzai, Suhail Shaheen, M. Fazal Mazloom, Khairullah Khairkha, M. Nabi Umari, Abdul Haq Wasiq, Mullah Noorullah Noori, Ziaulhaq Madani, Abdul Ahad Jahangir, Emar Yasir, Mazargul Saleh, M. Naeem Wardak, Mullah Daud Abid, Mahyuddin Sadat, and Rasoul ul-Haq Aziz”.

Last Modified 2019-07-14
Established 2019-04-03