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Monday, 12 August 2019

Ashraf Ghani refuses to accept US peace talks with Taliban

Ashraf Ghani refuses to accept US peace talks with Taliban

Afghan President Ashraf Ghani rejected foreign intervention on Sunday, seeing the peace agreement between the US and the Taliban close without the involvement of his government. The president said so on Sunday on the festival of Eid ul-Azha when US and Taliban negotiators are engaged in talks in Qatar. The Taliban has a political office in Qatar itself.

Ghani said that the presidential election due next month is extremely important so that the leader of Afghanistan will have a powerful mandate to decide the future of the country after many years of fighting. He said, "Our future cannot be decided by outsiders, even if it is the capital city of our friends or neighbors." The fate of Afghanistan will be decided in his house. We don't want anyone to interfere in our case. "

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US Ambassador Jamey Khalilzad wants a peace settlement by September 1, weeks before the election. Both sides are likely to agree on the withdrawal of 20,000 US and NATO troops. In turn, the Taliban will guarantee that Afghanistan will not be the base of other extremist organizations. Although some information has come out, Khalilzad and chief Taliban negotiator Mullah Abdul Gani Bardar are traveling to these countries these days to appraise the countries concerned about the process on the latest developments.

Khalilzad tweeted, "I hope this is the last Eid when there will be a war situation in Afghanistan".

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