Iran hosted four users of a Taliban delegation for discussions, its foreign minister explained, a 7 days just after peace talks concerning the United States and the armed team collapsed.

Peace talks in between the US and the Taliban began last October in Qatar with the goal of ending the eighteen-12 months-old war in Afghanistan.

Following nine rounds of negotiations in Doha, US envoy Zalmay Khalilzad explained a peace agreement was finalised “in basic principle”.

Nevertheless, all that modified final 7 days when President Donald Trump explained he cancelled a mystery meeting at the Camp David presidential retreat with Afghan President Ashraf Ghani and Taliban leaders, next a auto bomb attack in Afghanistan’s cash, Kabul.

“In the framework of Iran’s detailed consultations with all functions in Afghanistan, a Taliban political delegation visited our state not too long ago to examine the most current developments in Afghanistan,” Foreign Ministry spokesman Abbas Mousavi was quoted as saying by community media on Tuesday.

Suhail Shaheen, a Taliban spokesman, verified the assembly took area on September 9.

The talks involved updates on the “current developments in the peace procedure, the development and safety of Iran’s economic venture in the country and on the techniques of a sustainable peace”, Shaheen claimed on Twitter.

)٢/٢). د سولې د پروسې د وروستیو تحولاتو، په هیوادکې د ايران د اقتصادي پروژود پرمختګ او خونديتوب او د يوي پایداره سولې پر لارو چارو یې ورسره خبري وکړې. اسلامي امارت د سولې په برخه کي د ټولو هيوادونوپه تییره بیا دګاون‌‌‌‌‌‌ډيو هیوادونو مثبت رول ته دقدر په سترګه ګوري.

— Suhail Shaheen (@suhailshaheen1) September 16, 2019

Shia vast majority Iran has very long experienced shut ties to teams from the religious minority in neighbouring Afghanistan, whose armed groups have fought the Taliban’s Sunni Muslim fighters.

But last calendar year, Afghan govt officials accused Tehran, which the US says is hoping to extend its influence in western Afghanistan, of giving the Taliban with income, weapons and explosives, statements that Iran denies.

Iran also denied the US statements that it presented army instruction, financing and weapons to the Taliban.

Iran was at odds with the Taliban for most of the time the team dominated Afghanistan from 1996 to 2001, and massed troops on the border in 1998 right after 11 of its diplomats have been killed there.

Tehran then armed factions that helped US-led forces overthrow the Taliban just after the September 11, 2001 attacks.

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