The US, Russia and China are planning to meet in Moscow in July in order to discuss Afghanistan regulation, reported Didpress Agency Thursday.
The Director of the Russian Foreign Ministry’s Second Asia Department Zamir Kabulov announced the news. “The meeting will take place in an expanded format. Besides representatives of Russia, China and the USA, delegates from Pakistan and Iran will take part in the meeting,” he said. “The meeting will take place in July.”
The previous meeting between the representatives of the three countries, which also was held in Moscow, resulted in an agreement to reduce violence and call on Taliban movement and Afghan authorities to meet and negotiate possible steps.
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