Taliban’s leader Mullah Haibatullah Akhundzada accused the USA and said that the USA is creating doubts over the pact and it raised clouds of doubt and uncertainty about its expected deal with the Taliban. The USA wants to sign a peace deal with the Taliban to put an end of its longest global war on terrorism in Afghanistan. The accusation from the Taliban came after a day of a suicide attack in Kabul that killed 14 and 145 got wounded. Taliban engaged with the USA with utmost seriousness, however, the USA is creating doubts over the past. Says Taliban.
Akhundzada said, “The increasing blind and brutal bombings by America during the negotiation process, attacks on civilian areas and the contradictory statements by your military and political officials have generated a cloud of uncertainty about this process and raised doubts about your intentions,” he further added. “Bilateral trust is the foundation of a successful negotiations process, therefore, it is imperative that such negative actions are ceased,”
The peace process and negotiations started last year, but the two parties could not reach on a peace deal. The US and coalition forces continued to attack the Taliban as well as the civilians and the Taliban continued to attack the civilians and the US forces . However, both sides are trying to reach on a peace deal to put an end on the ongoing conflict.
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