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Us After Doha Talks Taliban Will Be Judged On Its Actions, Not Only Its Words

ANI, Washington

Published by: Sanjeev Kumar Jha
Updated Mon, 11 Oct 2021 07:32 AM IST

Summary

US State Department spokesman Ned Price said on Sunday (local time) that the US interagency delegation met with senior Taliban representatives from Kabul in Qatar and discussed issues of important national interest.

America has once again made a big statement regarding the Taliban rule in Afghanistan. The US said that now the Taliban will not be judged by their statements but by their actions. US State Department spokesman Ned Price said on Sunday (local time) that the US delegation met senior Taliban representatives in Kabul during the Doha talks in Qatar and discussed issues of important national interest.

American delegation discussed these issues
The US delegation, with Taliban leaders, focused on security, terrorism, the safety of American and other foreign nationals, and a safe passage for Afghan partners. Apart from this, all aspects of Afghan society were discussed by both the sides. Among them the issues of women and girls were important. The two sides also discussed the United States’ provision of stronger humanitarian assistance to Afghan citizens. The discussions were frank and professional with the US delegation reiterating that the Taliban would no longer be judged by their actions, not just their statements.

US and Taliban’s first meeting since August
The Taliban and US delegations held their first meeting in Doha, the capital of Qatar, to give a new dimension to the relationship. This is the first in-person meeting between the two sides since the US withdrawal from Afghanistan in mid-August. The Afghan government and the United States delegation discussed their ties in Qatar, as well as humanitarian aid to Afghanistan and the implementation of the Doha peace deal, news agency Sputnik quoted Afghanistan’s acting Foreign Minister Amir Khan Muttaki as saying. The news agency said that since the Taliban took over Afghanistan, there have been a handful of nations such as China and Pakistan that have shown interest in establishing ties with the organisation. Other members of the international community are adopting a wait-and-see policy.

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America has once again made a big statement regarding the Taliban rule in Afghanistan. The US said that now the Taliban will not be judged by their statements but by their actions. US State Department spokesman Ned Price said on Sunday (local time) that the US delegation met senior Taliban representatives in Kabul during the Doha talks in Qatar and discussed issues of important national interest.

American delegation discussed these issues

The US delegation, with Taliban leaders, focused on security, terrorism, the safety of American and other foreign nationals, and a safe passage for Afghan partners. Apart from this, all aspects of Afghan society were discussed by both the sides. Among them the issues of women and girls were important. The two sides also discussed the United States’ provision of stronger humanitarian assistance to Afghan citizens. The discussions were frank and professional with the US delegation reiterating that the Taliban would no longer be judged by their actions, not just their statements.

US and Taliban’s first meeting since August

The Taliban and US delegations held their first meeting in Doha, the capital of Qatar, to give a new dimension to the relationship. This is the first in-person meeting between the two sides since the US withdrawal from Afghanistan in mid-August. The Afghan government and the United States delegation discussed their ties in Qatar, as well as humanitarian aid to Afghanistan and the implementation of the Doha peace deal, news agency Sputnik quoted Afghanistan’s acting Foreign Minister Amir Khan Muttaki as saying. The news agency said that since the Taliban took over Afghanistan, there have been a handful of nations such as China and Pakistan that have shown interest in establishing ties with the organisation. Other members of the international community are adopting a wait-and-see policy.

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