In a tweet, Mohammad Naeem said, that negotiators from both sides agreed on procedural rules with 21 articles on the 15th of November 2020.
According to reports, both sides have agreed to include the US-Taliban agreement and UN endorsement for the Afghan peace process and the will of the Afghan people in the upcoming negotiations, but the presidential Palace has denied that progress was made in peace negotiations.
Media indicated, that Mohammad Masoom Stanikzai and Salam Rahimi two of the key figures in the afghan negotiation part have traveled to Kabul to seek President’s agreement on the formulation.
This comes as Mohammad Hanif Atmar, Afghanistan’s Foreign Minister, has called on the OIC organization of the Islamic council to voice their support to the peace process.
“We urge you all to join hands and support the Afghanistan peace process and to encourage Ulema across the OIC member states in condemnation of the violence in Afghanistan and support of the peace process,” and called on Ulema to condemn the “Unjustified” violence in Afghanistan.
He raised his voice as war violence in the country escalated since Doha talks on September 12 of this year.
“In Kabul alone, we have witnessed levels of depravity and attacks on civilian targets that are totally unprecedented from a killing spree in a maternity hospital to a suicide bomb inside a classroom full of young students in a private education facility, to a large-scale attack on Kabul University”, adding that the “Targeted assassination of our moderate Ulema, human rights activists and journalists have added to the frenzy of violence,”.
He addressed his concerns on the 47th session of OIC in the council of Foreign Minister in Niamey, capital of Niger.