The US will withdraw its troops within two years after signing a peace deal with the Taliban
Reporter: Imran Khurasani
After reports surfaced of a possible US-Taliban peace deal on the fourth of Eid al-Adha, government sources who did not want to be named have now claimed that one of the articles of this memorandum is the withdrawal of US forces from Afghanistan. According to the reports; “After the Afghan government reached a possible agreement between the United States and the Taliban, one of the key issues in the agreement is the withdrawal of US troops within two years,” the source said, adding that 5,000 troops were initially “After the signing of the agreement, the Americans will leave Afghanistan and then 8,000 more troops will leave Afghanistan within two years.”
Sources said: “The Taliban have agreed that Taliban fighters will not be attacked by the Americans when they leave Afghanistan. The Taliban have also insisted that at least 10,000 militants be released within two weeks after the peace deal was signed by the Afghan government. The Taliban have said they will declare their Islamic Emirate after coming to Kabul. “The statement comes as US and Taliban officials have not formally commented on the allegations.