US, Europe, UNAMA Representatives Met in Dubai, Discussed Peace in Afghanistan

The United Nations Assistance Mission in Afghanistan (UNAMA) Chief, the European Union (EU), US, NATO envoys and representatives of Afghanistan met in Dubai on Friday.

The EU Special Envoy, Roland Kobia has said that a joint meeting of US-Europe format (+UN/NATO) was held to discuss ceasefire, reduction of violence, sequencing, Intra-Afghan dialogue-negotiations, inclusivity of process, CT guarantees, future commitments, and regional dimension.

In the meantime, UNAMA in a tweet stated that Tadamichi Yamamoto met with US and EU Special Envoys and Representatives for Afghanistan and took stock of international support for peace efforts.

In addition, the German envoy to Afghanistan Potzel Markus in his twitter account has written: “Discussed ways forward towards a comprehensive peace process for Afghanistan. We agreed that reduction of violence remains key.”

The meeting comes as senior members of the Afghan Taliban have agreed to a 10-day ceasefire with the United States.

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