Doha, The U.S.-Taliban peace talks, Tuesday night, concluded in Qatar, made significant progress with both sides agreed that peace would require agreement on four major issues, including the fight against terrorism.
According to Qatar News Agency, the nearly two weeks of talks produced agreements between the militants and the U.S. government on a “withdrawal timeline, an effective counterterrorism measures, and a cease-fire deal.
During the talks, the Taliban pledged to prevent the use of Afghan territory to threaten the security of the United States, its allies or any other country.
The talks were mediated by Qatar represented by Ambassador Mutlaq Al-Qahtani, the Special Envoy of the Minister of Foreign Affairs for Combating Terrorism and Mediation in Dispute Resolution.
Source: Jordan News Agency