Source Title: US Secretary of state says US is evaluating agreement with Taliban
On January 28 local time, US Secretary of state Tony Blinken spoke to Afghan President Ashraf & middot; Gani and reiterated to him that the US is reviewing the agreement with the Taliban. And whether the Taliban have fulfilled their commitments to cut ties with terrorist organizations, reduce violence in Afghanistan, and engage in meaningful negotiations with the Afghan government and other stakeholders.
Lincoln has been rather vague about Biden’s plan for Afghanistan. At a press conference on January 27, he mentioned the need to understand what the agreement between the United States and the Taliban is to ensure that we fully understand the commitments made by the Taliban and all of them. ”
The U.S. government has temporarily retained the post of Zalmay Khalilzad, the special representative for reconciliation in Afghanistan.
According to telephone records with Gagni, Bulin & lt; reiterated that he hoped all Afghan leaders would support this historic opportunity for peace, while maintaining the progress made in human rights, civil liberties and women’s social role in Afghanistan in the past 20 years & gt;.
The Secretary of state is committed to consulting with the Afghan government, NATO allies and international partners on a collective strategy to support Afghanistan’s stable, sovereign, democratic and secure future, the report said. (CCTV reporter Xu Dezhi)