The Afghan president's office said there are currently no plans to try to kick-start peace talks with the Taliban.
Haroon Chakhansuri, spokesman for President Ashraf Ghani, said on July 14 that a four-nation group created in hopes of starting talks with Talbian representatives had no plans to meet, the AP reported.
The group -- which is made up of Afghanistan, Pakistan, China, and the United States -- has met five times this year in both Kabul and Pakistan.
But Taliban representatives refused to participate in any of the meetings.
Ghani has accused Islamabad of harboring Taliban leaders, a charge that Pakistani officials reject.
Chakhansuri said Afghanistan continues to suffer from "terrorist groups that operate from and have a support base in Pakistan."
Ghani said upon assuming office in 2014 that he would seek to make peace with the Taliban and its affiliate, the Haqqani network.
But a series of bomb attacks in Kabul this year led Ghani to cut off dialogue with Pakistan until it ended support for the Taliban.