The warring factions meet in Doha on the second day of the three-day ceasefire to support peace talks.
Negotiators from the Taliban and Afghanistan are meeting in Qatar, according to the warring parties, after a series of silent talks between the two countries.
The increase came on Friday, the second day of a three-day ceasefire that the Taliban announced on a Muslim holiday on Eid al-Fitr.
He began talks in September last year to find a way to end the war for many years. But the talks were disrupted after several rounds of violence and violence has escalated since the United States began withdrawing the last troops from Afghanistan on May 1.
“The two groups discussed the situation in the country and decided to promote peace talks in Doha,” the Afghan government delegation said on Twitter.
A spokesman for the Taliban’s political office, Mohammad Naeem, posted the same message on Twitter, adding that the two sides had agreed to continue talks after the Eid holiday.
Finding solidarity between the two warring factions has been particularly important in major Western cities, especially Washington, which has announced the withdrawal of all US troops by September to end 20 years of living in Afghanistan.
The Taliban refused to attend a Washington-sponsored summit in Istanbul, Turkey last month, to speed up talks. The event was changed forever.