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Government of Afghanistan offered the Taliban the agenda of talks

The national security Council of Afghanistan has handed over to representatives of radical movement "the Taliban" the agenda of the inter-Afghan talks, the Taliban on offer yet not answered, reported local TV channel, Ariana News, citing a representative of the Council, Javid Faisal.

Earlier, the TV channel Tolo News, citing a representative of the administration of the President of Afghanistan said that the country's authorities have agreed to conduct only a preliminary stage of negotiations with the radical movement "Taliban" in Qatar.

In turn, channel, Ariana News notes that the Council discussed the agenda of the negotiations, and then gave it to the Taliban.

Taliban hinders the progress of the dialogue. We offered the Taliban the agenda for discussion with the Taliban, but they have not yet responded," said Faisal.

Earlier the representative the Ministry of foreign Affairs of Qatar Mutlaq al-Qahtani, who is currently visiting Kabul, said channel "al Jazeera" that the President of Afghanistan, Ashraf Ghani agreed to hold talks between the Afghan government and representatives of radical movement "Taliban" in the Qatari capital Doha.

At the end of February at a ceremony in Qatar, the US and the Taliban signed their first for more than 18 years of war a peace agreement, which provides for the withdrawal of foreign troops from Afghanistan in 14 months and the beginning of an intra-Afghan dialogue after the transaction for the exchange of prisoners.

On Thursday the official representative of polytopes movement in Qatar, Suhail Shaheen said the Taliban released Thursday 76 Afghan prisoners. Earlier, the representative of national security Council of Afghanistan Javid Faisal said that the government has already released at least 3 thousands of prisoners members of the "Taliban". Taliban demand Afghan authorities to release 5 thousand prisoners on the basis of an agreement with the United States.

At the end of February at a ceremony in Qatar, the US and the Taliban signed their first for more than 18 years of war a peace agreement, which provides for the withdrawal of foreign troops from Afghanistan in 14 months and the beginning of an intra-Afghan dialogue after the transaction for the exchange of prisoners.