Acting Pentagon chief lands in Afghanistan, supports Kabul role in peace talks
Monday, 11 February 2019 Acting U.S. defense secretary Patrick Shanahan arrived in Afghanistan on Monday and said it was important the Afghan government is involved in talks, from which it has so far been excluded, to end the 17-year-old war.
The United States and Afghanistan clashed publicly on Thursday over U.S. peace talks with the Taliban, with a visiting Afghan official accusing the chief U.S.... Reuters Also reported by •Seattle Times
(MENAFN - Afghanistan Times) AT News Report KABUL: The United States of America said it looks toward an inclusive Afghan negotiating team that could engage in... MENAFN.com Also reported by •FOXNews.com
U.S. and Taliban officials concluded their two-week talks in Qatar to discuss the terms for Afghan reconciliation, with both sides coming out of the meetings... CTV News Also reported by •Eurasia Review