Senior representatives from Russia, the United States and China reached agreements on Afghanistan issues, especially peace, calling on all parties involved in the war to reduce violence.
According to Middle East Press, the three world powers in the past two days held a tripartite meeting on Afghanistan in Moscow.
The Russian Foreign Ministry releasing a newsletter says that Moscow, Washington, and Beijing have called on all parties involved in Afghanistan, especially the Taliban, to reduce the level of violence in the country.
“The three sides support an inclusive Afghan-led, Afghan-owned peace process and are ready to provide necessary assistance,” it added.
However, the United States, Russia, and China said they “encourage” the Taliban to speak “as soon as possible” with a “broad, representative Afghan delegation that includes the government.”
Some other reports also indicate that the representatives of the three countries have agreed to hold their next meeting in Doha, Qatar.