UN announces third Doha meeting for Afghanistan on June 30

Khaama Press

The United Nations has announced that the third Doha meeting, which will include special representatives for Afghanistan from various countries, will take place on June 30 and will last for two days.

According to the statement, the UN labelled the conference as a means to foster international dialogue.

Following the second Doha meeting held on February 18th and 19th in Qatar, the United Nations has declared that the third Special Envoys Conference will take place on June 30th and July 1st in Doha, the capital of Qatar.

The United Nations has indicated in a statement that Rosemary DiCarlo, the Deputy Secretary-General, has traveled to Afghanistan to negotiate regarding the third Doha conference. She has met with officials and the diplomatic community in Kabul, as well as representatives of civil society.

During this trip, the Deputy Secretary-General of the United Nations met with Taliban officials and invited them to attend the third Doha conference.

DiCarlo met with Taliban officials and various Afghan figures, including former President Hamid Karzai and Abdullah Abdullah, the former head of the High Council for National Reconciliation, during her visit to Kabul.

The statement indicates that “the aim of this conference is to increase international interaction with Afghanistan in a more coherent, coordinated, and structured manner.”

The statement adds, “They also highlighted the dangers and threats posed by drugs and terrorist groups.”

The Deputy Secretary-General discussed the human rights situation in Afghanistan, particularly the restrictions on women’s education under the Taliban.

During the course of this trip, UN officials in Afghanistan urged Afghan stakeholders to focus on any strategy for international engagement to address the humanitarian, developmental, and economic challenges facing Afghanistan.

UN announces third Doha meeting for Afghanistan on June 30