One way to do this would be to prevent negotiating teams from agreeing on issues such as political power-sharing agreements (including national, provincial or regional), the Afghan constitution, the role of religion, women`s rights, persistent violence, the return of prisoners and upcoming elections. The February 2020 agreement between the United States and the Taliban did not address these issues in a serious way and potentially poses enormous challenges. In the meantime, the United States would only be allowed to conduct airstrikes at a certain distance from active battlefields, not To Taliban fighters resting in camps or villages. This allowed the Taliban to intensify attacks on Afghan forces occupying more remote checkpoints. The other five terms of the U.S. Taliban agreement require the Taliban to break all ties with militant organizations, especially Al Qaeda. Al Qaeda has long released funds for the Taliban insurgency in Afghanistan. In September 2001, shortly before the September 11, 2001, attacks, she helped the Taliban assassinate a powerful Afghan resistance leader, Commander Ahmad Shah Massoud. Taliban spokesman Zabihullah Mujahid denied contacts with al-Qaeda in the Indian subcontinent and said the insurgents were committed to the peace agreement. On February 29, 2020, the United States and the Taliban signed an agreement that was to be a first step towards an intra-Afghan peace agreement. The main provisions of the agreement were the U.S. commitment to withdraw all U.S.

and foreign troops from Afghanistan, a Taliban promise to prevent Al Qaeda and other terrorist groups from using Afghan territory to threaten the United States and its partners, and a promise from both sides to support peace negotiations within Afghanistan. As part of the agreement, the United States promised to reduce the number of U.S. troops from about 14,000 to 8,600 troops, proportionately reduce the number of other international forces in Afghanistan, and cooperate with both sides to release the prisoners. There have been some remarkable problems with the agreement, such as the Afghan government`s lack of involvement in the negotiations. It was an attempt to make the most of a bad situation. After months of negotiations, the Hezb-i Islami Gulbuddin, the second national militant group after the Taliban, signed a peace agreement with the government of Afghan President Ashraf Ghani in Kabul. It was the first peace treaty since the start of the war in Afghanistan in 2001. Government officials hailed the agreement as a step towards peace and perhaps also as an agreement with the Taliban. [57] However, others have expressed concern about alleged war crimes committed by controversial leader Gulbuddin Hekmatyar.

The agreement included the United States to move it from a list of “global terrorists” to the white list. Parts of Afghan society have protested the peace treaty because of its previous actions. [58] Conference call with Rina Amiri 18. November 17, 2020 The President`s inbox Efforts to find a negotiated solution may also have collapsed if President Donald J. Trump collapsed on the basis of domestic policy calculations (such as the desire to gain political support before the November 2020 presidential elections) Negotiations in disputes or to have concerns about a corrupt and illegitimate government.