Wednesday, December 19, 2018

US Representatives Visit Afghanistan With Taliban Talks To Talk With Afghanistan

This week's Taliban representatives, accompanied by Abu Dhabi, held a US summit in Afghanistan's central peace in central Africa.

An Afghan born American ambassador Zalmai Khalzad, in Kabul, has started a comment on maintaining a 17-year war on Washington for negotiations between the Taliban and the Afghan government.

A statement from the US Embassy in Kabul said Khalilzad went to President Ashraf Ghani and Chief Executive Abdullah Abdullah.

US authorities have now emphasized assemblies in Abu Arabi, officials of Saudi Arabia, UAE and Pakistan.

But the Taliban say, the two-day talks focus on the entry of foreign troops, the main requirement of movement, as well as the treatment of citizens and drug citizens of the Taliban.

Washington wants to remember that all security solutions have been agreed between the warriors of Afghanistan, but the Taliban have not yet spoken directly to the Afghan government that they are in a position of incredible foreign behavior.

US organizations are trying to convince the countries like Pakistan and Saudi Arabia to start the Taliban to accept direct talks. Khalilzad is the head of Pakistan Pakistan on weekends before visiting Kabul.

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