Ending of Taliban and US sixth round of Peace talks in Qatar
Reporter: Follad Ahangaran
The Taliban have released a newsletter which states that the sixth round of talks between the United States and its members in Qatar has ended yesterday. According to the Taliban’s newsletter: “In the course of the round, discussions about the draft agreements that were held in the past were discussed. In some cases, progress has been made, but there are still plenty of other things to come. Eventually, the sixth round had positive results, and the two sides listened to one another’s comments with the slave.”
Meanwhile, Zalmay Khalilzad wrote in a Twitter message: “The sixth round of talks between the United States and the Taliban ended. Although we had steady progress, this process was slow, we still did not make significant progress in ending the violence so that the battle of Afghanistan would be closer to the end. We are entering a thin and sensitive state, Satan is in more detail than anything else. ”
Zalmay Khalilzad adds: “Although this round of talks has not been desirable for us, because violence has reached its peak, and civilians are more vulnerable to this area. For the end of this war, we need to break the battle and make progress faster. Our offer to all involved parties is to help reduce violence and continue to be present at the dialogue table to end the crisis. ”
The statement comes as the Taliban attacked the target two days ago, targeting ConceptPad, a contributing American contributor to the United States. An event that killed at least nine civilians and military men and another 20 others were wounded.