Afghan National Security Adviser Hamdullah Mohib said on Saturday that the peace talks, which are currently happening in Qatar, should be held within Afghanistan.
Mohib said that the government is ready to hold talks with the Taliban in any area of the country the group wants/
He said that a safe zone will be created for the talk and facilities will be built there.
The official suggested that talks within the country will enable Afghans to own and monitor the talks and it will also prevent extra expenses.
Mohib said that peace makers outside the country will be affected by outside conditions and experiences show that such a settlement would not ensure Afghan interests.
Earlier this month, negotiators in Doha announced an agreement on rules and procedures for the talks.