The peace talks stopped after two years
Reporter: Emran Khorasani
Peace talks between the Taliban group and the United States Special Envoy for Peace in Afghanistan were delayed after two days of bargaining, after being consulted again on Saturday, the next round of the meeting in Doha.
The Taliban wrote a newsletter: In the past two days, Mullah Abdul Ghani bradar, has been the deputy of the political group with Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister Qatar Abdul Rahman Al Thani, Qatar National Security Advisor Mohammad al-Masand, Zalmai Khalilzad, Special Representative for Afghanistan, and Commander Scott Miller. Strong supporters have met in Afghanistan.
During these meetings, discussions about the ongoing peace talks and the withdrawal of all foreign troops from Afghanistan have been discussed.
The fifth round of peace talks began last Monday in Qatar’s capital Doha, and on the first day of the talks, Zalmay Khalilzad, with Mulla Abdul Ghani’s brother, met twice in Qatar.