US army attack Taliban, despite the agreement

The Taliban fighters would have to post a control of the Afghan security forces attacked, said the spokesman of the US forces in Afghanistan, Sonny Leggett, on

US army attack Taliban, despite the agreement

The Taliban fighters would have to post a control of the Afghan security forces attacked, said the spokesman of the US forces in Afghanistan, Sonny Leggett, on Wednesday via Twitter. "This is a defence was a shock to the attack to break." The government in Washington was committed to peace, the U.S. army will defend their Afghan allies. Leggett called on the Taliban to end their "useless attacks" and their obligations arising from the on Saturday in Doha signed agreement to be complied with.

After the deduction of foreign troops within 14 months, if the Taliban comply with their Commitments and, among other things, a ceasefire to comply with, as well as certain militant groups with no shelter grant. In addition, the United States and the Taliban agreed at the weekend on a rapid exchange of prisoners between the extremists and of the Afghan government.

Accordingly, the government of Afghanistan to Taliban up to 5000 fighter free the extremists, in turn, to 1000. However, the Afghan President Ashraf Ghani, whose government was not involved in the negotiations, has rejected this immediately, and declared, that the USA was only the Moderator.

Already, nearly two weeks ago, the Taliban had safeguards in an agreement with the United States to reduce violence and to increase their attacks. On Monday, the extremists had, however, declared that they would again proceed as in the past against Afghan security forces. So it came on Tuesday, according to Afghan information to several attacks on soldiers and police, the Taliban is not confirmed, however. In Taliban circles, it was said that they will hold against foreign troops continue to return. (reuters)

Created: 04.03.2020, 11:23 PM

Updated Date: 04 March 2020, 11:00

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