The US envoy pointed out that talks with the Taliban in ending the war in Afghanistan have made steady but slow progress, and that in the talks in which the United States has joined the negotiations, there has been an increase in the inconvenience of continuous militant violence.
A Taliban official told the Taliban that the sixth round of talks ended on Thursday in Qatar and that there was “some progress” on a draft agreement on the withdrawal of foreign troops. The United States wants a Taliban guarantee that militants will not allow Afghanistan to use to attack.
Negotiations, the longest-running effort to end the 18-year conflict – America’s longest war – began last year.
The sixth round took place on April 30th in Qatar’s capital, Doha, but said it suffered early injury in response to an attack on a charity in the capital’s Taliban capital.
US Attorney General Zalmay Khalilzad did not say whether the talks had ended early, he appeared on Twitter in the comments, but he was disappointed that he had not shown signs of unrest in the Taliban violence.
We have made steady but slow progress in the dimension of the framework to end the Afghan war. Khalilzad, we’re going to Nitty-gritty.
However, the speed of the current talks is not enough when too many conflicts and innocent people die. We need more and faster progress. The proposal to reduce the violence on each side of the table is staying.
When the Taliban fighters exploded a large bomb at the door of the Counterpart International relief group in Kabul, nine people were killed and at least 20 people were wounded and then beat the Afghan security forces for seven hours.
Taliban spokesman Zabihullah Mujahid said that his fighters attacked the group because they supported the ah Western culture, including the confusion of the sexes.
Officers from the aid group were not eligible for comment.
Three high-ranking officials said the attack in Kabul was causing discomfort between the US and Taliban negotiators in Qatar.