Qatar’s role in reviving the Taliban and Isis relationship in Afghanistan?
During the Afghanistan crisis, Qatar has established itself as the mediator and continues to dialogue with the Taliban, encouraging them to act as “members of Afghan society” including the negotiations between the Taliban and the leaders of ISIS Khorasan (ISIS-K), In this question is arising in what Qatar's role in Afghanistan
Who are the ISIS-K militiamen? It is a terrorist group affiliated with the self-proclaimed Islamic State in Afghanistan. The letter K because it refers to Khorasan. The group’s full name is the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant — Khorasan Province: “Khorasan Province of the Islamic State.” They are in competition with the Taliban: they consider them too moderate. They were born six years ago. They are active in Khorasan, a Central Asian province of the Islamic State. The province name of Khorasan refers to medieval Muslim empires in an area between parts of Iran, Afghanistan, and Central Asia. In 2015, Daesh announced its expansion in the Khorasan region, which historically includes parts of today’s Iran, Central Asia, Afghanistan, and Pakistan.
The situation in Afghanistan was defined on the battlefield and not at the negotiating table, The agreement also included a table about the march towards peace in Afghanistan, the end of relations between the Taliban and al-Qaeda, and the cessation of the offensives against large urban centers. However, the agreement was violated several times and did not end the violence.