While Afghan peace talks resume between US and Taliban, elections must proceed with the Afghan government and the people.
The Taliban are continuing to fight heavily with Afghan-led peace talks, elections anticipated in the war-torn land. U.S. continuing to monitor civilian situation in the long war while it has reduced operations in the country by 80 percent.
For the past 19 years, the Afghan people have seen nothing but only fighting in their country as a result of 9/11 attacks in the US. Now, American people have one desire that is to leave Afghanistan, but their government is not listening to them.
After 17 years of fighting, the U.S. armed forces have exhausted their military assets in Afghanistan (since 2001) against the Taliban and also against Daesh which had little impact on the conflict leading Trump to consider a shift to development.
By Meladul Haq Ahmadzai
Taliban is a big threat to U.S. government over Daesh fighters who attack political election campaigns.
U.S. Defense Secretary James Mattis discussed peace process as he met with Afghan leaders during a surprise visit to Kabul on Friday.
Afghan President Ashraf Ghani has called on the Taliban to lower their arms during the upcoming Eid holidays.
White House to Seek Direct Talks with the Taliban The US President Donald Trump's administration has told its top diplomats to seek direct talks with the Taliban, a significant shift in US policy in Afghanistan,