The Taliban caretaker government in Afghanistan has held talks with United States officials.
A team led by Amir Khan Muttaqi, acting Foreign Minister, met with a U.S. interagency delegation in Doha, Qatar.
On Monday, the Taliban said talks with America would continue if necessary.
“The two-day dialogue between the delegations of the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan (IEA) and the United States of America went well”, a statement read.
The Foreign Affairs Ministry disclosed that “political issues were discussed in detail”.
The parley also deliberated the full implementation of the Doha agreement considered by the Islamic Emirate as the best way for resolving problems.
The Taliban revealed that the U.S. representatives announced that America will provide humanitarian assistance to Afghans and facilities for other humanitarian organisations to deliver aid.
“Detailed discussions were held during the meeting about all relevant issues. And efforts should be exerted to restore diplomatic relations to a better state.
“The meeting in which talks were candid was considered a good opportunity of understanding”, the statement added.
The IEA promised to cooperate with groups in delivering humanitarian assistance and would facilitate the “principled movement of foreign nationals.”
It was the first in-person gathering between the Taliban and the United States since troop withdrawal and Afghanistan takeover in August.
Afghanistan: Taliban reveals details of meeting with US officials