The Taliban-US peace agreement is likely to be signed in a few days
Reporter: Mohammad Din Agharkhail
While Taliban spokesman talks about unprecedented progress in the peace process, reports shows that the Taliban and the US may sign the peace agreement deal in the next few days. On the latest case, Pakistani ambassador to Kabul Zahid Nasrallah has said to media: “Taliban negotiating body may sign peace deal agreement with United Stated of America on August 22.”
Sohail Shaheen, a spokesman for the Taliban’s political bureau in Qatar, said that with a final agreement with the US, the Taliban would have the opportunity to resume intra-Afghan peace talks. At the same time, the NATO Secretary General has said that Afghanistan is closer than ever to securing peace and ending the war. “There is a unique opportunity for peace in Afghanistan and we are closer than ever to peace and an end to the war,” says NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg.
Earlier, a former Taliban official told local media that the Taliban, while seeking a peace deal, they will call for the formation of a republic system and Emirate and, a case that aroused and enraged President Ghani. In response to this idea he said that Afghan citizens will never return to the Taliban regime.