Peshawar: Afghan Taliban admitted on Sunday about the development made in talks hat was held last week in Qatar but rejected reaching any agreement with their American officials on a ceasefire and talks with the Afghani government.
Taliban spokesman Zabihullah Mujahid mentioned that the meeting that held between Taliban officials and special US representative Zalmay Khalilzad in Doha for six consecutive days had finally come to an end.
He further said, “According to the Agenda, round of negotiations revolving around the withdrawal of foreign troops from Afghanistan and other vital issues saw progress.”
“But since issues are of critical nature and need comprehensive discussions, therefore it was decided that talks about unresolved matters will resume in similar future meetings in order to find an appropriate and effective solution and also to share details of the meetings and receive guidance from their respective leaderships,” the statement read.
The statement declared was a counter media and about a definite agreement pertaining to the withdrawal of foreign troops from the war-torn land of Afghanistan.
Mujahid rejected if his group had ever come to any agreement on a ceasefire with Khalilzad. “Reports by some media agencies about agreement on a ceasefire and talks with the Afghan administration are false,” his statement added.