Washington Post: Taliban are not committed to their obligations with United States
Reporter: Qudratullah Lashkari
According to the New York Times, in the recent issue of this newspaper it has stated that, Afghan National Security Advisor Hamdullah Moheb’s response to Khalilzad, the United States Special Envoy for Afghanistan’s Peace, has been identified as a long term succession of Afghan leaders on Khalilzad. The newspaper also wrote that Afghan leaders are trying to conceal their failures in the peace process and therefore they are trying to free their gaps over Khalilzad.
In addition, the Washington Post wrote about recent talks of United States and the Taliban in Qatar. “The withdrawal time from Afghanistan has not yet reached.” The newspaper has called for a guarantee from the Taliban that if the withdrawal of US troops begin from the country, Afghanistan will not be turned into a safe haven for terrorists and high-profile safe heaven to target the United States. The Washington Post also notes that the Taliban are never in line with their commitments, and there is no doubt that the group will again break their commitments after peace deal with US.
This article marks the headline of major US newspapers in a time, which the Afghan government has called Khalilzad’s recent meeting with Taliban an attempt to marginalize Afghanistan’s legitimate government.