Trump postponed peace talks with Taliban over Kabul Attack killing a US soldier

Trump suspend peace talks with Taliban due to Kabul Attack

On Saturday, the United States President said that he halted peace talks with the Taliban leaders of Afghanistan because the insurgent group accepted that it backed the Kabul attack that killed a U.S. soldier along with eleven other people. Furthermore, Trump said that he scheduled a secret meeting with main leaders of Taliban on Sunday in Camp David, Maryland, at a presidential compound. Trump added that also he planned to meet the President of Afghanistan. However, he immediately called off all type of talks when insurgents took the responsibility of Kabul attacks.

On Twitter, the U.S. President stated that during these essential peace talks if they cannot agree to a ceasefire, even they execute twelve innocent people, then they possibly do not have the strength to negotiate an expressive agreement anyway.

Suicide Attacks at the Northern cities of Kunduz and Pul-e Khumri

Trump postponed peace talks with Taliban over Kabul Attack killing a US soldier

Taliban fighters launched the latest assaults on the northern cities of Pul-e Khumri and Kunduz during the last week and carried out two main suicide attacks in the capital of Afghanistan, Kabul. Since 2001, the Taliban have now the more control of Territory. One of the Thursday suicide blasts in Kabul, one attack took the life of United States Army Sergeant 1st Class. The name of the victim was Elis A. Barreto Ortiz, he was 34 and belonged to Puerto Rico. After his death, the total number of killed American soldiers this year in Afghanistan rose to sixteen.

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Kenneth McKenzie, the Marine General of the United States, denied giving a response on the diplomatic negotiations themselves. Previously this week, negotiators of the United States and Taliban struck a draft peace agreement that might lead to a drawdown in the United States soldiers from the prolong the war of America. Whereas, the wave of Taliban violence put a deep shadow over the agreement.


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