Taliban and US has reached to initial agreements in Afghan peace talks
Reporter: Mohammad Fawad Nawabi
Some informed sources for Taliban affairs told foreign media that the group had reached to a series of initial agreements with US Special Representative for Afghanistan Peace Taliban Zalmay Khalilzad. These sources, who were speaking in condition of anonymity have emphasized yesterday that the two sides agreed on the withdrawal of US troops from Afghanistan and the failure to turn the country into a safe haven for terrorists.
The sources emphasize that the talks between the Taliban and Washington are finalized, and efforts are being made to write all the details soon and it will be shared with the media in the coming days. Meanwhile, the Taliban insisted that the sensitive issues were been discussed between the Taliban and Washington, and the parties are therefore trying to scrutinize everything carefully. Yesterday, Mullah Bradar, deputy head of the Taliban political office in Qatar, met with officials from Uzbekistan, and Hamdullah Moheb, National Security Advisor of Afghanistan, also arrived Bishkek yesterday to discuss security status and peace talks with Uzbek officials.