Previous meetings were held in Doha on October 9-12.

Amir Khan Muttaqi, who was appointed by the radical Taliban movement to the post of Foreign Minister of Afghanistan, held a meeting in Qatar with Ian McCary, who heads the Afghan direction at the U.S. Embassy in Doha. This was announced on Wednesday by the press secretary of the Afghan Foreign Ministry, Abdul Qahar Balkhi, on his Twitter page.

“Taking into account the results of previous bilateral contacts, both sides held detailed consultations and exchanged views on U.S.-Afghan relations and other issues,” the statement said.

Earlier, the Taliban held meetings with American diplomats in Doha on October 9-12. As stated by Mottaqi, during the dialogue, the parties discussed the provision of humanitarian assistance to the Afghan people, the implementation of the Doha Agreement between the United States and the radicals, the need to open a new page in relations between Kabul and Washington while respecting the territorial integrity of Afghanistan and non-interference in its internal affairs.