The intra-Afghan peace dialogues ending the conflict between the Taliban and the Afghan government may begin this month, sources told Reuters.
An Afghan presidential palace source and a diplomatic source told the news agency that disagreements, such as the number of prisoners released and the spike in violence, were gradually being talked over and resolved.
Momentum has grown over the week with the NATO and neighbouring countries showing interest to move the process forward and continue confidence building measures.
The talks may be held likely in Doha, sources have indicated.
However, due to the complications brought about by the Coronavirus pandemic, some negotiations may be held virtually.