Taliban: America agreed to withdraw its troops from Afghanistan and an imminent agreement with them[/rtl]
[rtl]Date of edit:: 2019/8/27 8:39 • 85 times read[/rtl]
The international "Taliban" Afghan, said it was about to sign an agreement with the United States on the withdrawal of US troops from Afghanistan.
The spokesman for the political office of the "Taliban" Suhail Shahin, "Washington has agreed to withdraw its troops from Afghanistan and resolve the Afghan issue peacefully," a condition that was "the Taliban" in order to sit at the table with the Afghan government.
Shaheen did not give details on a specific timetable for the withdrawal of US troops from Afghanistan, nor was it possible to get comment on the subject from the United States.
Asked whether the Taliban would sit down with the Afghan government once peace talks with US officials were completed, Shahin said: "Of course we will talk to all Afghan parties, including the Afghan administration, but it will be a party, not a government."
He added: "
On Thursday, the ninth round of US-Taliban talks resumed in Doha as part of efforts to find a peaceful solution to the conflict in Afghanistan.
The Taliban have been in peace talks with the United States for nearly a year, but have refused to recognize or negotiate with the Afghan government. But the Taliban said they would call on all other Afghan groups to become part of the government after a peace deal with Washington.