U.S. Special Representative for Afghanistan Reconciliation Zalmay Khalilzad met with Taliban’s political deputy Mullah Baradar in Doha on Wednesday evening to discuss the Afghan peace process and high levels of violence, the Taliban spokesperson said.
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Naeem Wardak, spokesperson for the Taliban’s political office in Qatar, tweeted on Thursday that Khalilzad was accompanied by U.
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S. Forces in Afghanistan (USFOR-A) and NATO Resolute Support commander Gen. Scott Miller.
Wardak said the discussion centred around a number of issues, including the full “implementation of the whole articles” of the U.S.-Taliban agreement signed in Doha.
He also said the release of remaining Taliban prisoners and the removal of members’ names from the U.S. Blacklist came up.
“Likewise, the causes of the increase in the level of war were discussed,” he added, citing reasons such as “humiliation” of dead Taliban members’ bodies, raids on released prisoners and their killing, and violation of the Doha agreement.
These causes, Wardak said, “do not lead the circumstances to a good direction.”
However, earlier on Thursday, First Vice President Amrullah Saleh while referring to the UN report on civilian casualties in Afghanistan, questioned the Doha agreement.
The United Nations Assistance Mission in Afghanistan (UNAMA) found that the number of civilians killed and injured in the Afghan conflict has failed to slow since the start of the peace talks.
Saleh said the purpose of the Taliban prisoner release by the Afghan government was for a “measurable reduction in violence followed by ceasefire.”
“Let’s call a spade a spade. Good faith not reciprocated. Why?”