The radical Islamic Taliban have described two days of talks with Afghan politicians in Moscow as "very successful". "We have agreed on many points," said the chief negotiator for the Taliban, Shear, Mohammed Abbas Staniksai, on Wednesday. He hoped that in the future, through additional settlements a "solution" could be found. Possible complete peace in Afghanistan"".
In a joint final Declaration, the participants of the discussions spoke, among other things, for a withdrawal of all foreign soldiers from Afghanistan - but without a timetable. No agreement there was with the Taliban demand for Islamic Constitution and on the question of women's rights.
At the Meeting, numerous well-known Afghan politicians, such as Ex-President Hamid Karzai took part - but no government representatives. The government of head of state, Ashraf Ghani was also represented at negotiations between the United States and the Taliban at the end of January in Qatar.More about
Ashraf Ghani Afghan President calls on Taliban to have direct peace talks
The Taliban to see Ghani and his government as a puppet of the US government and refuse to negotiate with them. In Kabul, the worry, the United States could withdraw its troops from Afghanistan, before a long-term peace with the Islamists is reached. US President, Donald Trump wants around deduct one-half of the currently stationed in Afghanistan with 14,000 American soldiers. Critics believe the time is ripe. (AFP)