Despite the dialogue, the Taliban agreed not to make peace on Afghan peace, we are bound to war

Despite the dialogue, the Taliban agreed not to make peace on Afghan peace, we are bound to war
The Afghan Taliban have said that despite the ongoing negotiations with the US and other regional powers, so far no such conclusions have been reached, due to which the US and its allies

Islamabad, Patr. The Afghan Taliban has said that despite the negotiations with America and other regional powers, so far no such conclusions have been reached, so that the apathy against America and its allies is over immediately. This has been said in a media news.

We are bound to war: Taliban spokesman

Don News TV launched a video of Taliban spokesman Zaibullah Mujahid, in which he was saying, 'We are bound to war.' Our enemies are attacking us, then we are also fighting against them. "After the 9/11 terror attacks in 2001, the coalition forces led by the US led a campaign against the Taliban in Afghanistan. Since then, the Taliban is currently the most powerful in the war-affected Afghanistan and it is in control of about half of the country.

6 days last talk in Doha

After six days of talks with the Taliban delegates last month, Special Representative Jahlam Khaliljad, a special US representative for Afghanistan's reconciliation agreement, said in a tweet that the US has made remarkable progress in peace talks with the Taliban. Khaliljad had said that we have made a draft of the framework, but it must be considered before making it a form of agreement. He said the Taliban would prevent Afghanistan from becoming the platform of international terrorist groups.

War for more than 17 years

Khaliljad was appointed in September. Since then, he has met all the parties in an effort to eliminate this longest war in America. America has lost more than 2,400 soldiers in this war for more than 17 years. According to the news of the channel, Mujahid says that such a concrete was not found even in Moscow talks, due to which he could eliminate war and military pressure.

Initiative talks between US and Taliban

He stressed that the Taliban is negotiating with America on their own initiative. According to the channel, a question asked about the timing of the talks, the militant commander said that earlier, the Taliban had asked Washington to negotiate rather than a war. Mujahid said that he also opened a political office in Qatar in Doha in Qatar for talks, but Washington was not interested in negotiating. The spokesman said that now America wants to negotiate, then they decide to negotiate with them.

On being asked about Pakistan's role in persuading the Taliban to negotiate, Mujahid said no role is being played on behalf of any external country. It has always been our initiative and policy. He however said that during the Soviet invasion, Pakistan has been an important center for Afghan refugees.

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