The meeting between Russia, US and China on Afghanistan regulation will take place in July in an expanded format with the participation of Pakistan and Iran, Russian Special Presidential Representative for Afghanistan and Director of the Russian Foreign Ministry’s Second Asia Department Zamir Kabulov said on Wednesday.
“The meeting will take place in an expanded format. Besides representatives of Russia, China and the USA, delegates from Pakistan and Iran will take part in the meeting,” Kabulov stated. “The meeting will take place in July.”
According to Tass, the latest meeting between Moscow, Washington and Beijing on Afghanistan regulation took place on April 25 in Moscow.
During that meeting, all sides have called on all parties to agree on immediate and concrete steps to reduce violence. Russia, China and the US have also called on the Taliban movement to begin negotiations with the Afghan delegation, which includes members of the government, as soon as possible.