The leaders of the Taliban group in Qatar have reportedly travelled to Pakistan to share information with the country after recent talks with the Afghan officials.
The trio of the Taliban leaders left Doha on Wednesday with a mission to hold talks with the Pakistani officials.
“The visiting Afghan Taliban delegation will discuss various topics, including peace talks, and share the latest information with Pakistan,” a senior official told the Guardian.
According to the paper which first reported regarding the secret talks in Qatar, the Taliban leaders are Maulvi Shahabuddin Dilawar, a former ambassador to Pakistan, Mullah Jan Muhammad Madani, a former foreign minister under the Taliban regime in the 1990s, and Mullah Abdul Salam, a former deputy education minister.
The Taliban official further added that the discussions being held in Pakistan follow successful contacts made with both Afghan and US officials in recent months.
“Taliban and the Americans have been engaged in a number of rounds of talks in Qatar,” he said. “They have made some progress, on a very zigzag path. God willing, we hope further talks will create progress.”
The Taliban delegation demanded the release of prisoners and removal of the group’s leaders from the UN blacklist during the informal talks held in Qatar earlier this month and in September.
The group also demanded that the Taliban group should be identified as a formal movement before they agree to participate in peace talks.
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