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WASHINGTON (Reuters) – U.S. Special Consultant for Afghanistan Zalmay Khalilzad claimed on Friday he hoped talks between the Afghan federal government and Taliban due to begin on Saturday would lead to an stop to the country’s lengthy-working war, but said quite a few issues keep on being.Khalilzad told reporters in a telephone briefing that the United States would engage the members and be prepared to assist if required, but the two sides would choose how to progress.

“This is a new section in diplomacy for peace in Afghanistan. Now we are coming into a method that is Afghan-owned and Afghan-led,” he mentioned, introducing they the talks would with any luck , convey about a roadmap to finish the war. “These negotiations are an important achievement, but there are… sizeable challenges on the way to achieving an agreement,” he included.

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