TOLOnews 10pm News 13 March 2019
Chief Executive Abdullah Abdullah on Wednesday said the conditions for peace will improve and the hopes for peace will increase if the Taliban cut their ties with “other insurgent groups”.
Abdullah said if the news about US, Taliban agreements be true, then a part of Afghanistan problems will resolve.
The US Department of State said the Taliban in talks with the US negotiators have agreed that peace will require both sides to fully address four core issues, including counterterrorism assurances, troop withdrawal, intra-Afghan dialogue, and a comprehensive ceasefire.
“We’ve received reports back from Special Representative Khalilzad that they’ve had meaningful progress,” Robert Palladino, the State Department’s deputy spokesperson, told reporters at a daily briefing in Washington on Tuesday.