Abdullah’s frustration with the Peace talks of NUG and Taliban
Reporter: Imran Khorasani
Abdullah Abdullah, the Chief Executive of National Unity Government today raised his frustration at of Ministerial meeting council at Spider Palace, Mr. Abdullah has expressed his regret that with all the efforts of the government to establish a cease-fire in Ramadan between the security forces and the Taliban, the group continues to fight and strive. He has also said that the group is implementing foreigner’s goals in the country. The chief executive of the country is concerned that the Taliban have not yet taken any steps to bring peace, and no progress has been made so far in the process of peace talks.
The NUG Executive Chief is frustrated with the Taliban’s peace talks in a time that Zalmay Khalilzad, USA special envoy for Afghanistan’s peace has stated after the sixth round of Qatar peace, announced, we have made little progress in the sixth round of the talks. But to end the battle, the United States and the Taliban need a cease-fire. The national unity government also called for a ceasefire before the start of Ramadan, but in response to this issue Taliban group said that the battle would be rewarded in Ramadan and they will continue their attacks.