The 3rd Meeting of Neighboring Countries on Afghanistan to Be Held in China

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Kabul – The third round of meetings of foreign ministers of Afghanistan’s neighbors on the situation of the country is scheduled to be held in China next month.

The first meeting of the foreign ministers of Afghanistan’s six neighboring countries, including Iran, China, Pakistan, Uzbekistan, Tajikistan, and Turkmenistan was hosted by Pakistan on September 8.

The second round of meetings was held in Iran on October 27, in which Russia was also invited.

Moreover, Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi said in a telephone conversation with Iranian Foreign Minister Hossein Amir-Abdollahian that the 3rd round of neighbors’ meetings on Afghanistan would be held in person in Beijing later next month, calling the second round of the meeting a success, according to the Iranian state news agency.

Furthermore, the IRNA news agency says that the Iranian Foreign Minister has been invited to attend next month’s meeting in Beijing.

On the other hand, at the meeting of the foreign ministers of Afghanistan’s neighboring countries, in addition to Russia on October 27, Tehran had announced the formation of an inclusive government and the shipping of humanitarian and economic aid to Afghanistan, and the meeting was attended by the foreign ministers of Uzbekistan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, and Pakistan in person while the foreign ministers of China and Russia had participated virtually.

Meanwhile, it is ambiguous whether a representative of Afghanistan’s caretaker government will be invited to the China summit or not. However, no agent from Afghanistan was present at previous meetings.