Afghan president offered Taliban to establish office in Afghanistan instead of Qatar

Kabul (HRNW) Afghan President Ashraf Ghani on Sunday offered the Taliban the likelihood of opening an office in Afghanistan yet the proposition was quickly spurned by the gathering that is resolved to keep his administration out of quickening harmony talks.

Ghani has communicated alert at the Taliban closing his organization out of arrangements with the United States just as late Moscow chats with Afghan resistance lawmakers, and rehashed prior offers to give the gathering a safe authority address to help any future discretion between the opposite sides.

“On the off chance that the Taliban need an office, I will offer it to them in Kabul, Nangarhar or Kandahar by tomorrow,” Ghani said while visiting the territory of Nangarhar.

“We will convey an enduring and fair harmony to the nation,” he said.

Nangarhar is a fortification of the Taliban, that currently controls or challenges locale crosswise over about a large portion of the nation, over a long time since they were toppled from power.

Taliban authorities in Moscow a week ago focused on the significance of a formal office among a series of requests that incorporated the expulsion of Western authorizes and travel bans on Taliban individuals, detainee discharges and a conclusion to “purposeful publicity” against the gathering.

Taliban representative Sohail Shahin later revealed to an international broad caster that the center was universal acknowledgment of their current site in Doha, Qatar.

On Sunday he said Ghani was endeavoring to hurt the harmony endeavors with his most recent offer.

“Our interest about having an authority political office is clear, we need that our office in Doha is perceived by the worldwide network and the United Nations,” Shahin said.

“By this, Ghani is endeavoring to change the theme and mischief the on-going harmony endeavors.”

Taliban mediators are because of meet U.S. harmony agent Zalmay Khalilzad for another round of talks in Qatar on Feb. 25. The State Department said on Saturday that Khalilzad would spend whatever remains of the month venturing out to Belgium, Germany, Turkey, Qatar, Afghanistan and Pakistan to deal with Afghan harmony process.

The discussions are required to revolve around a truce to end America’s longest war and the withdrawal of remote troops.

Nearly 14,000 U.S. troops are situated in Afghanistan as a feature of a U.S.- drove NATO mission to prepare, help and exhort Afghan powers.

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