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Qatar: Hopes and Fears ahead of US-Taliban Deal

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One day before the US-Taliban agreement reached Qatar's capital Doha, on the one hand, the hopes of peace were rising, while on the other hand, the shadow of concern between the Afghan government representatives and the Taliban continued to shake.
Qatar: Hopes and Fears ahead of US-Taliban Deal

There will be some clarification after the signing of the agreement on Saturday, but observers say the real step will be to implement the decisions made in those negotiations.


Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi has said that "Pakistan has played an important role in these negotiations. Without Pakistan, this day would not have been possible and the role of Pakistan is appreciated today and the world is acknowledging that Pakistan is now a global partner in peacebuilding. ”
Qatar: Hopes and Fears ahead of US-Taliban Deal

The people of Afghanistan have to decide what kind of Afghanistan they want to see," he said.

Shah Mehmood Qureshi said he wanted the talks to begin in Afghanistan after the agreement and to settle the problems of Afghanistan together.

According to officials in Doha, about two hundred journalists from all over the world have arrived to cover the signing of the historic agreement.

Afghan sources said ambassadors from more than two dozen countries are also here in Doha, who attended a meeting on Friday and invited foreign ministers from different countries for the Saturday event.

Journalists in Doha have been trying to contact the Afghan Taliban leaders and bring their positions to the fore, but the Afghan Taliban has either remained silent or kept talking.

On Friday evening, Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar, an important leader of the Afghan Taliban and some of his leaders, along with Anas Haqqani, arrived at the hotel, where they spent some time and then left.

A six-member Afghan government delegation was also present at the Doha hotel on Friday. The delegation included a woman and a senior security official, including the junior ministers of the Afghan government.

Qatar: Hopes and Fears ahead of US-Taliban Deal
Before the deal, the Afghan Taliban either remained silent or talked all the way
When asked to get information from this delegation, he said that he would sit down at some point and talk about what he can talk about while going here.

There are reports that the Afghan government's delegation has arrived in Qatar at the behest of the United States and the purpose of this delegation is to implement the release of detainees arrested by both sides.

Taliban sources denied talks with Afghan government representatives, saying they had nothing to do. Afghan Taliban spokesman Sohail Shaheen has not been responding to any journalists over the telephone for a few days, but Taliban leaders said on condition of anonymity that everything would be fine and everyone was doing well.

Activities regarding the Afghan peace deal continue to rise in Doha's big hotel, where US and Taliban leaders will sign the peace agreement later this afternoon locally.

Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi also attended the opening ceremony of the new building of the Pakistan Embassy in Doha, where he said Pakistan had played an important role in US-Taliban talks.

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