Moscow talks begin on Afghan peace building, Taliban Movement takes part for first time

Pakistan and the US are sending representatives

Russia hosts meeting on Afghanistan Russia hosts meeting on Afghanistan

Opening Friday’s meeting, Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov voiced hope it could help pave the way for peace talks.

U.S. Peace Envoy Heading To Afghanistan, Pakistan, Qatar

U.S. peace envoy Zalmay Khalilzad will visit Afghanistan, Pakistan, the United Arab Emirates, and Qatar this month to push for peace negotiations with the Afghan Taliban, the State Department says.

Omar Abdullah Questions India's Participation in Russia Conference That Includes Taliban, Asks 'Why Not a Dialogue With Non-Mainstream Stake Holders in J&K?' | LatestLY

The Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) on Thursday, November 8, confirmed that two former diplomats will be sent to Russia to engage at 'non-official' level in the talks being hosted by Russia. Omar Abdullah Questions India's Participation in Russia Conference That Includes Taliban, Asks 'Why Not a Dialogue With Non-Mainstream Stake Holders in J&K?'.

India to attend Afghan peace talks in Moscow India to attend Afghan peace talks in Moscow

Event will be opened by Russia­n Foreig­n Minist­er Sergey Lavrov­

RPT: PREVIEW - Second Round Of Moscow Format Talks On Afghanistan Reconciliation Takes Place Friday - UrduPoint

The second round of the Moscow format consultations on Afghanistan, aimed at securing peace and facilitating the national reconciliation process in the country, is set to take place on Friday at the level of deputy foreign ministers and special representatives.The Russian Foreign Ministry confirmed ..

This is the first time India will be attending any talks on Afghanistan in the presence of Taliban representatives.

India to join Afghan talks with Taliban in Russia today at ‘non-official’ level

For 2nd time, Russia is attempting to bring regional powers together while discovering ways to establish peace in Afghanistan.

US sending observers to conference

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Taliban at Afghanistan talks table today, Delhi sending ‘non-officials’

Sources said the Indian government took the decision to send former diplomats in consultation with the Afghan government.

New Delhi to take part in talks with Taliban at informal level’

This will be the first time since 2001 that Indian representatives will be sitting at the same table as the Taliban