(One TV): Taliban spokesman Suhail Shaheen said on Twitter that China’s special envoy for Afghanistan and its ambassador to Qatar extended the invitation during a meeting with the group’s deputy leader Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar. He said that the sides talked about peace process as well. Taliban and Afghan politicians and civil society representatives have held dialogues in Russia and Qatar, but it is the first time that China is hosting such talks. It will also be first such dialogue after US President Donald Trump halted Washington’s talks with the Taliban last month. “All participants will be attending the meeting in their personal capacity and they will share their personal opinions for solving the Afghan issue,” Shaheen said. The upcoming intra-Afghan conference in China will be held on October 28-29, Pakistan’s Daily Times quoted Shaheen as saying. He said that a Taliban delegation would attend the conference.