USA and Taliban sign Afghanistan peace agreement. The US and the Taliban signed a peace deal to end a 19-year-long war in Afghanistan.
According to the news agency, the ceremony was held in Doha, Qatar’s capital, by the Afghan Taliban, Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar and US Special Representative for Afghan Reconciliation Agreement Zalmay Khalilzad signed the peace agreement.
The US will complete the withdrawal of US and NATO forces from Afghanistan over the next 14 months following the signing of the agreement.
The next step, after the signing of a peace agreement between the United States and the Taliban, is to hold talks between the Afghan government and the Taliban, also known as inter-Afghan talks.
It should be noted that a few weeks after the 9/11 attack, the United States invaded Afghanistan in September 2001, and so far more than 24,000 US soldiers have been killed in the war, which has also killed thousands of Taliban fighters.
US President Donald Trump has promised to end the Afghan war after he took over the US. Which has reached its final completion in Doha.
Representatives from 50 countries, including Pakistan’s Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi, attended the ceremony at a local hotel in Qatar’s capital Doha.
The peace deal in Qatar’s capital Doha ended not only the 19-year war between the US and the Taliban. It has also paved the way for sustainable peace in the region including Pakistan.
there have been several successful and unsuccessful periods of ongoing talks between the United States and the Taliban in 2018.
While signing the agreement is a victory for the facilitator of Pakistan’s statement, Pakistan has said that there is no military solution to the Afghan problem.
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