Under the deal, the control and management of four international airports — Kabul, Kandahar, Herat and Mazar-e-Sharif — will be run by a UAE aviation company, according to state-run Bakhtar News Agency.
The Afghan government is brokering peace talks between Pakistani Taliban and Islamabad in a bid to bring years of fighting to an end.
Border tensions between Pakistan and Afghanistan have risen since the Taliban seized power last year, with Islamabad claiming armed groups are carrying out regular attacks from Afghan soil.
Security personnel of the neighbouring countries started exchanging fire in a dispute over the setting up of a military check post in a border area that divides Chaman and Spin Boldak districts.
A United Nations report has said more than two-thirds of the killings were "extra-judicial killings committed by the de facto authorities or their affiliates."
In a recent Texas hostage-taking incident, the perpetrator demanded US officials release Aafia Siddiqui, a Pakistani woman imprisoned for alleged connections with Al Qaeda.
Representatives of 10 countries including China and Iran called on the Taliban during Moscow talks to "practice moderate and sound internal and external policies" and "adopt friendly policies towards neighbours of Afghanistan".
Turkey’s President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said in an interview the Taliban had “unfortunately” not formed an inclusive leadership and that Ankara will work with the country’s new rulers if they formed a more encompassing government.
Speaker of Russia's upper house of parliament said earlier this week that Russia would be represented at the inauguration by ambassador-level officials, RIA news agency reported.
The Taliban has announced an all-male interim government for Afghanistan counter to advice from world powers for an inclusive government.
A US drone strike in Kabul on Sunday caused civilian casualties, according to Afghan officials as well as the Taliban. CENTCOM spokesperson says the US is aware of reports of civilian casualties and is still investigating.
The Taliban in Afghanistan has sought to reassure the international community but UN rights officials are fearful for the safety of thousands of Afghans who have worked on human rights issues as well as women and girls.
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