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Biden administration will review the peace agreement reached with the Taliban during Trump’s tenure

The TalibaChairman of the High Commission for National Reconciliation in Afghanistan calls on the Taliban to resume dialoguean call on the United States to implement its withdrawal commitment

Pompeo arrived in Doha, the capital of Qatar, and held talks with Taliban negotiators (Source: AFP)

According to reports from Arabiya TV and Agence France-Presse on January 23, US national security adviser Jack Sullivan told Afghan National Security Adviser Hamdullah Mohib by phone on Friday that the United States will review The peace agreement reached with the Taliban during Trump’s tenure.

Emily Horne, a spokesperson for the US National Security Council, said that the review will include “whether the Taliban has fulfilled its promise to cut off ties with terrorist organizations, reduce violence in Afghanistan, and engage with the Afghan government and other stakeholders.

Meaning negotiation”.

Sullivan said on the phone that the United States will support the Afghan peace process and strive to achieve “a lasting and just political settlement and a permanent ceasefire.”

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