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US and Taliban resolved differences in peace talks over US troop withdrawal from Afghanistan

US and Taliban resolved differences in peace talks over US troop withd
In addition, the Taliban agreed to break all ties with radical groups.

The US and the Taliban have resolved differences in peace talks over US troop withdrawal from Afghanistan, as well as over insurgent guarantees on cutting ties with other extremist groups, a Taliban official said Tuesday. Report informs citing the foreign media.

The development came during US-Taliban talks over the past two days in the Gulf Arab state of Qatar, where the Taliban maintain a political office.

In addition, the Taliban agreed to break all ties with radical groups.

US peace envoy Zalmay Khalilzad, who has been tasked with finding a peaceful resolution to the nearly 18-year war, America's longest conflict, has made intra-Afghan talks and a permanent cease-fire among his priorities in the negotiations.

Khalilizad, who later travelled to New Delhi, said in a Twitter post overnight that "we have made excellent progress" in the discussions.

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