Afghan Taliban eager for an official ‘ceasefire decree’ signed by all stakeholders

The Afghan Taliban in an official assertion launched at this time claimed that the continuing ‘peace talks’ could lead to an official doc over ceasefire between the events concerned, ARY Information reported on Thursday.

The official spokesperson of the Afghan Taliban stated that the stakeholders have all come collectively to debate a doable resolution to the conundrum and all aspects of the battle have been thought of for a doable truce.

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Whereas speaking to an American information telecaster, the spokesman additionally revealed that an official memorandum has been drafted on the matter which can take form of actuality over the course of the close to future.

He additionally added that after the talks have concluded, the subsequent step is anticipated from the US.

He additional stated that the Afghan Taliban delegation who represented the group within the ‘peace talks’ have carried out the needful and now await additional response.

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The Afghan Taliban and US are slated to sit down down once more for an additional spherical of talks within the upcoming week.

The Afghan Taliban in an announcement at this time expressed a want to go to Pakistan if the nation despatched them an invite, ARY Information reported on July 25.

The Afghan Taliban stated that if they’re invited they’d absolutely go to Pakistan and wish to meet the Prime Minister of the nation, Imran Khan.

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Prime Minister Imran Khan had expressed his want to meet the Afghan Taliban throughout his just lately concluded United States journey.

Khan had stated throughout an interview that he would urge the Afghan Taliban to carry a dialogue with the Kabul authorities, to resolve their disputes amicably.

Afghan Taliban’s politcial workplace in Doha, Qatar revealed all this in an unique interview to the BBC.



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