Trumps cancellation of talks with the Taliban is threatened: the United States will bear more losses

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 Trumps cancellation of talks with the Taliban is threatened: the United States will bear more losses


Taliban spokesman Zabiura Mujahid said in a statement: Americans will suffer more than anyone else to cancel the dialogue.

The statement said the decision undermined the credibility of the United States, but the Taliban believed that the United States would eventually return to the negotiating table.

The statement said that talks between the Taliban and the United States had been going smoothly until 7 September, and the two sides agreed to hold an internal dialogue in Afghanistan on 23 September.

The media had previously disclosed that Norway might host an internal dialogue involving representatives of various Afghan factions.

Trump announced via social media Twitter on the evening of the 7th that he would cancel the secret meeting scheduled for 8th with Taliban negotiators and Afghan President Ashraf Ghani at Camp David, the presidential resort in Maryland, USA. Trump said the reason why the United States cancelled the meeting and suspended the talks was that the Taliban tried to increase the wrong bargaining chip and launched an attack that killed U.S. soldiers.

The Afghan government subsequently issued a statement, but did not respond positively to Trumps cancellation of his meeting with the Afghan President, calling only for a ceasefire by the Taliban and direct dialogue with the Afghan government.

The United States held nine rounds of dialogue with the Taliban. The Taliban recognized the Afghan government as a puppet supported by the United States and refused to engage in direct dialogue with the government. Zalme Khalilzad, the U.S. governments special representative for reconciliation in Afghanistan, said a week ago that the United States and the Taliban had reached an agreement on the peace agreement in principle and only a nod from Trump. According to the draft agreement, the United States will withdraw 5,000 people from five military bases in Afghanistan within 135 days. The Taliban promised that Afghanistan would not become a habitat for extremist organizations after the withdrawal of the U.S. forces. While negotiating with the United States, the Afghan Taliban have stepped up their military offensive. In the past two weeks, they have attacked the northern town of Kunduz and the northern provincial capital of Baghlan, Plhumri. Source: Qian Mingxiao_NBJ10675, responsible editor of Xinhua News Agency

The United States held nine rounds of dialogue with the Taliban. The Taliban recognized the Afghan government as a puppet supported by the United States and refused to engage in direct dialogue with the government.

Zalme Khalilzad, the U.S. governments special representative for reconciliation in Afghanistan, said a week ago that the United States and the Taliban had reached an agreement on the peace agreement in principle and only a nod from Trump.

According to the draft agreement, the United States will withdraw 5,000 people from five military bases in Afghanistan within 135 days. The Taliban promised that Afghanistan would not become a habitat for extremist organizations after the withdrawal of the U.S. forces.

While negotiating with the United States, the Afghan Taliban have stepped up their military offensive. In the past two weeks, they have attacked the northern town of Kunduz and the northern provincial capital of Baghlan, Plhumri.