Confronting Afghanistan’s peace and war talks with a political deadlock
Reporter: Mahdi Nayibi
While the United States is trying to resume the seventh round of peace talks with the Taliban in Qatar, British newspapers are now reporting the confronting to the Afghan peace with new deadlocks. “The Taliban’s reluctance to talk to the Afghan government, and the group’s persistence of early withdrawal of foreign troops from Afghanistan, has faced deadlocked talks,” one of the British media outlets said. “It is fearful that this will interrupt the dialogue. The opportunities for the end of the war in Afghanistan will again be damaged. ”
British media outlets worried that Taliban political office spokesman Sahil Shaheen in Qatar said that the group will agree on a permanent ceasefire in Afghanistan that foreign forces from outside the country The Taliban will then sit down on the table with other political parties and will understand how the future system will be shaped in the country.