Afghanistan will attend peace meetings which are expected to be held in Russia and Turkey, Afghan National Security Adviser Hamdullah Mohib said on Saturday.
The foreign ministry and reconciliation council are working on level of participation at the meetings and if Taliban sends its negotiating team, Afghan government will also send its negotiating team, Mohib said.
Moscow plans to host a meeting at the level of special representatives from Russia, China, the United States and Pakistan to discuss the intra-Afghan settlement on March 18.
Turkey also plans to host Afghan peace talks in April.
The United States has proposed formation of an interim government that would remain until an election under a new constitution. It expects Turkey meeting to finalize peace agreement.
Meanwhile, top Afghan security officials including Mohib, army and intelligence chiefs have met heads of Pakistan’s army and ISI in Bahrain to discuss peace.
Mohib said that the meeting wad held in Bahrain following Britain’s mediation.