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Afghanistan criticises US approach to Taliban talks

The USA negotiate with the Taliban about a peace solution. The Afghan government is not, feels ill-informed and criticized the US approach sharp.

During the recent peace talks between the United States and the Taliban leadership in Qatar's progress be reported, it came to a rift between the Afghan government and the U.S. government.

of Afghanistan's national security adviser Hamdullah Mohib criticized the US negotiating sharp.

A close adviser to the Afghan President, Ashraf Ghani had criticised, in unusually sharp words, the negotiation of the United States, and the U.S. envoy for Afghanistan, Zalmay Khalilzad, personally attacked. The Afghan government will be left in the dark about the talks, said the national security Advisor to Hamdullah Mohib told journalists in Washington. The government in Kabul to learn as the last, which will be discussed in Doha.

return without discussion with the Afghan government

so Far, Khalilzad had been set by the Afghan government after talks with the Taliban are always personally on the results. This time, he had travelled, however, return directly to Washington.

The US envoy for Afghanistan, Zalmay Khalilzad, returned after the recent peace talks to Washington, without informing the government in Kabul.

Also, the Afghan government chief Abdullah criticized the peace talks, to the exclusion of the Afghan government. The TV channel TOLO News, he said, under such circumstances, negotiated peace was hardly feasible. "It can't be that a secret Deal is being negotiated - without the representation of the Afghan people," he said.

The former Vice President, Mohammad Yunus Qanooni expressed concern about the future of Afghanistan, if the Taliban after a possible withdrawal of U.S. troops should come to Power. "What's that supposed to be from the Afghan women? How will look the future of Afghan youth?", he asked. "And what about all the advances we have made in the past 18 years, and for which so many soldiers died?"

Taliban speak of progress

The most recent round of talks between the United States and the Taliban leadership in Doha was gone on Monday. The negotiators of the Taliban, Mullah Abdul Baradar, then spoke of the good progress. Details of the interview results, however, were not known.

talks with the Afghan government and reject the Taliban, because the United States government hold this for a puppet. In Kabul, the concern is that after reaching an agreement with the Taliban a kind of Transitional government in Afghanistan should be created and that the chief US negotiator Khalilzad follow their own ambitions, seems to be rising. The Afghanistan-born Diplomat wanted to be a two Times President in Afghanistan.

The trust in the Afghan government, waning, 23.01.2019 negotiations with the Taliban: Hope for peace in Afghanistan, 19.12.2018 Atlas |Afghanistan |Kabul

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