Afghan ceasefire ends amid calls: KABUL: A three-day ceasefire noted by violent assaults most claimed by the Islamic State group ended Sunday in Afghanistan amid calls for renewed peace negotiation between the federal government and Taliban.
Taliban political representative Suhail Shaheen said the bargaining teams of the government and also the Islamic Emirate, as the Taliban describe their ousted program, fulfilled briefly Saturday between Eastern State of Qatar.
They renewed their commitment to finding a tranquil end to the battle and also called for an early begin to talks that have actually been delayed, he said.
The US has been pressing for sped up talks as it withdraws the last of its 2,500-3,500 soldiers and Nato its remaining 7,000 allied forces.
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Also as the Taliban as well as federal government joined to the ceasefire, which was declared to note the Eidul Fitr, violence proceeded unabated in Afghanistan.
On Saturday, China’s Foreign Minister Wang Yi shared worry about the fast withdrawal of US and Nato forces in a phone call with Pakistan’s Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi.
Wang called the withdrawal rash and also alerted it would “severely” influence the Covering peace process and adversely impact local security. He called on the United Nations to play a better function.