Taliban said that the peace deal with the United States is on a breaking point because of the violation of the deal from Washington.
Earlier on February 29, United States of America and the Afghan Taliban signed the peace deal in Qatar – the capital city of Doha after a long spell of negotiations.
According to the sources of Arab media, Taliban are seriously asking the Americans to abide by the contents of the agreement and to alert their allies to fully abide by the deal.
Taliban deputy leader Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar and U.S. envoy Zalmay Khalilzad inked the deal in an opulent hall in a five-star hotel in Dohar, Qatar.
According to the details, Taliban said that the deal is nearing a breaking point after the US drone attacked on civilians and the government of Afghanistan opposed the swap of the prisoners.
Earlier on March 4, Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi, speaking at the Senate meeting, said that the solution to Afghanistan’s problem is not war.
The foreign minister said the swap of prisoners was part of the deal signed by the Taliban and the United States. He added President Ghani should seek explanation on prisoners release from Washington.
According to his information, Qureshi said the US Special Envoy Zalmay Khalilzad kept the Afghan leadership informed about the dialogue with the Taliban.
The sources said, Qureshi said Pakistan had played its part and would continue to assist Afghanistan and other players for peace. He added Pakistan’s positive role had been acknowledged by everyone.