Qatar, Turkiye, Taliban agree on ‘key issues’ to run Kabul airport
Qatar, Turkiye and Afghanistan’s Taliban-led interim government have agreed on "several key issues" to operate the Kabul Hamid Karzai International Airport, News.Az reports citing Daily Sabah.
"The delegations of the State of Qatar, the Republic of Turkiye and the Afghan caretaker government concluded Thursday in Doha a tripartite meeting on the management and operation of Kabul International Airport," a Qatari Foreign Ministry statement said.
"They agreed on several key issues on how to manage and operate the airport," the ministry added.
The ministry said that the meeting in Doha came as a continuation of previous talks, the latest round of which took place in Kabul last week.
The final round of negotiations will take place next week, it added.