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Taliban Delegation in China for Talks with Chinese officials

BEIJING – A Taliban delegation is in Beijing to hold talks with Chinese officials as part of a peace process ahead of their seventh round of talks with the United States in Qatar, a former Taliban spokesman has reportedly said.
Abdul Hai Mutmayen, who has served as Taliban chief spokesman in Kandahar, told Arab News that the Taliban political office head, Abdul Ghani Baradar was leading the delegation in talks with Chinese officials.
“The Taliban delegation led by head of the Qatar office and deputy chief on political affairs Abdul Ghani Baradar is in Beijing,” Mutmayen said.
“It seems that the Taliban leaders are making efforts to hold consultations and exchange their views with key stakeholders ahead of the next round. The visit is an indication that the 7th round is important,” he added.
Mutmayen said two senior leaders from the negotiation team, Amir Khan Mutaqi and Abdul Latif Mansour, were also part of the delegation in China.
The visit comes as the seventh round of talks between US and Taliban delegations is expected to be held in Doha, Qatar next week.
(Sahar News)

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