The US to sign withdrawal deal with Taliban

New York- despite the mutual distrust, the Taliban group will sign an accord with the US for reduction of violence up to 7 days, as stated by the deputy leader of Taliban, the Taliban leader vows to be “fully committed” to abide by the agreement.
Sirajuddin Haqqani said, “The long war has exacted a terrible cost from everyone.… Everyone is tired of war”.
Haqqani wrote in the New York Times piece “That we today stand at the threshold of a peace agreement with the United States is no small milestone”.
The agreement which was approached following negotiations in Qatar between the Taliban and the US offices would urge the US forces to leave the Afghan region.
Haqqani wrote, “Achieving the potential of the agreement, ensuring its success and earning lasting peace will depend on an equally scrupulous observance by the United States of each of its commitments”.
He said, “Only then can we have complete trust and lay the foundation for cooperation — or even a partnership — in the future”.
Added “My fellow Afghans will soon celebrate this historic agreement. Once it is entirely fulfilled, Afghans will see the departure of all foreign troops”.

Haqqani also was taken into view the afghan concerns related to Afghanistan once again becoming a base for the military by calling the apprehensions as “inflated”.
Haqqani proves a vision of the Afghan state wherein “the rights of women that are granted by Islam — from the right to education to the right to work — are protected”.
Haqqani called for the complete withdrawal of the US forces from the region to ensure stability. US President Donald Trump told that he saw “a chance” of the peace accord with the Taliban to end the longest war against terror in Afghanistan.–Worldwide News

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