The Afghan government and Taliban delegations have agreed on a code of conduct to continue peace talks, according to reports from Doha.
The Taliban and Afghan representatives have agreed on a code of conduct that sets ground rules to advance their peace talks in Doha, three official sources said on Tuesday.
The delegations, helped by U.S. officials, agreed on Monday on 19 rules which make up a code of conduct that will be followed to stop the peace talks collapsing, the sources told Reuters.
However, this has not yet been officially announced by the Afghan government and the Taliban.
Negotiations between the Afghan government and the Taliban started last month in Qatar’s capital and are aimed at ending decades of war in Afghanistan.