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Saturday, October 9, 2021

America will hold talks with Taliban for the first time after withdrawal from Afghanistan, what will be the agenda?

The United states has announced a meeting with the Taliban for the first time since withdrawing its forces from Afghanistan. The United states State Department has informed that the United states will hold its first personal talks with senior Taliban leaders in Doha, the capital of Qatar. This meeting will take place this weekend. The meeting between the United states and the Taliban will include many agendas. The agencies said that the purpose of this meeting would be to facilitate the evacuation of stranded foreign nationals and at-risk Afghans from Afghanistan. Apart from this, America will also put pressure on the Taliban regarding the rights of women in Afghanistan.
The United states insisted that the meetings, scheduled for Saturday and Sunday, did not indicate that it was recognizing the Taliban regime in Afghanistan. "We are clear that the Taliban must gain our legitimacy through actions," the spokesman said.

The Associated Press quoted an official as saying that the weekend's talks would help Taliban leaders focus on commitments to allow Americans and other foreign nationals to leave Afghanistan, as well as Afghans who were once US forces. or worked for the government and other Afghan allies.

A State Department spokesman said the US also wanted to pressure the Taliban to uphold the rights of women and girls. "We will pressure the Taliban to respect the rights of all Afghans, including women and girls, and form an inclusive government with widespread support," the spokesman was quoted by AFP as saying on Friday.

"With Afghanistan facing the prospect of a severe economic contraction and a potential humanitarian crisis, we will also pressure the Taliban to allow free access to humanitarian agencies in areas of need," the spokesman was quoted by AFP as saying on Friday. "

AFP said the spokesman did not say who would represent the two sides. Senior US officials, including the head of Central Command, General Frank McKenzie, met with the Taliban in Kabul in August, When American troops occupied the airport for airlift.

The United states has said that the Taliban have largely cooperated in allowing American citizens to leave Afghanistan. It has also said that while most Afghan allies could not be evacuated during a hasty airlift in August, the US evacuated thousands of people from Kabul before the withdrawal of US troops from Afghanistan.