The Qatari Foreign Ministry has announced that it has agreed with the Taliban and Turkey on ‘several key issues’ to run Kabul Airport.
A trilateral meeting between Turkey, Qatar, and the Taliban on the issue was held in Doha on Thursday, the ministry said.
The Qatari Foreign Ministry said the three-party delegation agreed on “several key issues” on how to manage and operate Kabul Airport.
The Qatari Foreign Ministry did not provide further details.
The ministry said the meeting on Thursday was a continuation of previous talks. The last round of the meeting was held last week in Kabul. At this meeting, the three parties reached a preliminary agreement.
The final round of talks is scheduled for next week.
The Taliban have not yet commented.
Kabul Airport, known as Afghanistan’s gateway to the world, has not been fully operational since the US withdrawal from Afghanistan.
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