US left out Afghan government from peace talks
Kabul- Afghanistan (PMG):
Report: Sayed Mujtaba Sadat
After Hamdullah Moheb Afghanistan National Security advisor criticized US peace talks with Taliban and accused Khalilzad on his negotiations with Taliban, US undersecretary of state for political affairs David Hale reportedly informed Afghan president Ghani that no longer his National security advisor would be welcomed by Washington and no US official is allowed to deal with him, now some sources have told reutters that this act is a new game of US to oust Hamdullah Moheb from his position.
The source has also said that the US is trying to leave behind the Afghan government from the next round of peace talks with the Taliban. These tensions raise between Kabul and Washington while the US decided to exclude Kabul from ongoing peace talks with the Taliban. It is also said that the Taliban has reiterated opposition to direct talks with President Ghani’s government. Meanwhile, Taliban spokesman Zabiullah Mujahid refused of setting with the Afghan government in a phone conversation with Pasbanan.