Finally, the Afghan government wants to ‘share power’ with the Taliban. The news agency AFP reported. The Taliban began occupying the “land of Kabulis” shortly after U.S. troops withdrew from Afghanistan in May. The Afghan army also retaliated.
But gradually, the Taliban began to occupy one province after another. Eventually, the Afghan government practically bowed down and offered to share power.
In a statement to AFP, a spokesman for the Afghan government said: “Yes, the government has proposed Qatar as a mediator. The resolution called for an end to the violence in the country and for the Taliban to share power.”
In just one week, the Taliban have seized nine provincial capitals in the mountainous country. At this rate, they can take over Kabul in the next three months.
That is what has been feared in a Pentagon report. Seeing the situation, the Afghan government wants to walk the path of compromise.
However, the U.S. military has been in Afghanistan for two decades. But the withdrawal of the army started in May this year. The United States will withdraw all troops by September. The Taliban were waiting for this moment.
As a result, the Taliban recaptured Afghanistan as soon as U.S. troops began to withdraw. The Afghan army continues to fight back. The U.S. military also began to help from the outside.
Although many Taliban militants were killed in the clashes, the militant group did not back down. Allegedly, Pakistan has sided with the Taliban. However, Pakistan has denied the allegations.
Let’s see if the Taliban finally agree to this proposal. Then the bloody conflict of the last few months will end, and peace will return to Afghanistan.
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