US and Taliban agreement during peace talks in Qatar
Reporter: Qudratullah Lashkari
According to a report released by Tolo News quoting Taliban sources in Qatar, the group has decided to cut off their relationship with foreign groups accused of al-Qaeda and other terrorist groups. Agreements have been reached on the basis of two sides’ reports on the ceasefire and the fight against terrorism, and all articles of this agreements are written in two languages have been put down to the text.
Taliban sources have announced that Zalmay Khalilzad is scheduled to travel to the United States to discussed more on this issue with Us officials, it is also said that this round of talks between Taliban and US negotiation team was held for 16 days in Qatar. According to reports, the Taliban and the United States have not yet reached any agreement on the withdrawal of American troops from Afghanistan.
In addition, Taliban sources have said that the talks with the Afghan government and the cease-fire were among the important issues included in the agreement, it is also said that the Taliban meeting a with Afghan politicians which were expected to be held in Qatar for the next two weeks has been delayed for a few more weeks.