The Taliban has denounced attacks by US military drones in at least three Afghan provinces, which would violate the February 29 agreement between the Taliban and the United States.
“The US armed forces breached the agreement today with multiple drone strikes in non-combat areas in Helmand, Ghazni and Zabul provinces,” said a Taliban spokesman, Suhail Shahín. “It is unacceptable for the Islamic Emirate (Taliban) and sentencing,” he added.
The United States signed a peace agreement with the Taliban in Doha on February 29 that sets a schedule for the withdrawal of international troops from Afghanistan, an exchange of prisoners with the Afghan government, and the start of a dialogue process between Afghan leaders without an armistice .
The beginning of the dialogue process remains stranded, waiting for the Taliban and the Kabul executive to finalize the prisoner exchanges negotiated by the United States with the fundamentalist movement founded by Mullah Mohamed Omar. Despite the signing of the Doha peace agreement, the Taliban continued to attack Afghan government forces and refused to accept a ceasefire before they sat down to speak.