Qatar: Doha’s name has become a prominent trademark in regional agreements, international mediation, and conflict resolution, whether by announcing agreements to establish a national dialogue between the political parties, as in Lebanon, the Darfur region of Sudan, and most recently in Chad or between international parties, as in the Intra-Afghan and US-Taliban talks.
On Monday, 8th August, the Chadian parties signed the Doha Peace Agreement and the Participation of Politico-Military Movements in the Chadian National, Inclusive, and Sovereign Dialogue, under the auspices of the State of Qatar.
The agreement came as a culmination of the negotiations hosted during the past five months with regional and international participation and paves the way for the start of the national dialogue in the Chadian capital, N’Djamena, which aims to achieve comprehensive national reconciliation.
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