Afghanistan peace conference in Turkey will be held in late April, sources told 1TV.
The conference will be for three to 10 days.
Officials in High Council for National Reconciliation said that discussions on US-proposed peace plan will most likely top the agenda of the meeting.
National Security Adviser Hamdullah Mohib, however, said at a press conference Saturday that the agenda of the meeting is not clear yet.
Meanwhile, US special envoy for Afghanistan Zalmay Khalilzad has departed for Turkey and the region, the US State Department said on Saturday.
The State Department said in a statement that Khalilzad began the trip on Thursday.
“He will engage the two sides on their preparatory efforts for talks on a political settlement that produces a permanent ceasefire and a durable and just peace,” the State Department said, referring to the Afghan government and the Taliban.