The conference, which is estimated to last about ten days, was announced by Turkish Foreign Minister Mavlut Cavusoglu in March, and representatives of the Taliban resistance movement are expected to attend it, according to the press in this capital.
Moscow was the venue of a meeting on Afghanistan on March 18, which was attended by representatives from the United States, Russia, Pakistan and China, Sputnik news agency reports.
The meeting was also attended by delegates from the Taliban group and the Afghan government, as well as from Qatar, the media here recall.
Since Sept.12, 2021, Taliban leaders and the Afghan cabinet have held talks to end the conflict, which coincides with the increase in the activity of the Islamic State terrorist movement there.
Taliban groups have launched actions for the past few years, both against foreign troops from the North Atlantic Treaty Organization and troops from the government established there amid the foreign military presence.