A trilateral meeting was held between the deputy foreign ministers of Afghanistan, China and Pakistan on Tuesday, announced the Afghan Foreign Ministry.
The video conference discussed bilateral and trilateral cooperation, Gran Hewad, the Foreign Ministry spokesperson said.
The leaders also discussed issues related to counterterrorism, the Afghan peace process and the intra-Afghan peace talks.
Hewad added that the meeting focused on the implementation of the Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) signed in 2018 where the three nations agreed to cooperate on counterterrorism and coordinate to call on the Taliban to negotiate with the Afghan government.
The Chinese and Pakistani representatives welcomed the Afghan government’s efforts for peace and start of the intra-Afghan talks. They also urged the Taliban to put an end to the violence.