Afghanistan: the US reopens negotiations with the Taliban


KABUL – The American delegation has returned to Doha, for negotiations with the Taliban, after the interruption desired by Donald Trump. According to what a US administration source revealed to Tolo TV, in the coming days the discussion will focus on reducing violence as a step towards intra-Afghan negotiations and a ceasefire.Restarting the peace process comes after a two-day visit to Kabul's Zalmay Khalilzad. The US special envoy met with leading Afghan government officials and key politicians, including the former president Hamid Karzai. In recent days, even President Trump had made a surprise visit to the US military at the Bagram base, not far from Kabul.
On December 4, the US State Department declared that Khalilzad "will meet for talks with the Taliban in Doha to discuss the steps that could lead to intra-Afghan negotiations and a peaceful solution to the ongoing conflict in the country".

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