The Taliban refused to continue negotiations on exchange of prisoners with Kabul

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Талибы отказались продолжать переговоры по обмену пленными с Кабулом

Radical movement “the Taliban” refused to continue to participate in negotiations on the exchange of prisoners with the Afghan government, said the official representative of polytopes the Taliban in Qatar, Suhail Shaheen.

Earlier, representatives of the radical movement “Taliban” declared that the agreement reached by them with the United States, has been violated by Washington and supported by the government of Afghanistan.

“We have sent a technical team of the Commission of prisoners’ Affairs in Kabul to test and identify all our prisoners as the release of prisoners was to begin in accordance with the signed agreement and data (we) promise. However, unfortunately, their release continues to be delayed under one pretext or another. Therefore, our technical team will not participate in useless meetings with the parties involved, starting tomorrow,” wrote Shaheen on Twitter.

The Afghan authorities and the Taliban have agreed to begin exchange of prisoners and prisoners on Thursday, April 2. Prior to this it was assumed that the process will start March 31, but the representative of national security Council of Afghanistan Javid Faisal said that the parties continue discussions.

At the end of February at a ceremony in Qatar, the US and the Taliban signed their first for more than 18 years of war a peace agreement, which provides for the withdrawal of foreign troops from Afghanistan in 14 months and the beginning of an intra-Afghan dialogue in March after a transaction for the exchange of prisoners.

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