Taliban refuted US intelligence statement on unwillingness to fulfill peace treaty

Taliban refuted US intelligence statement on unwillingness to fulfill peace treaty

The Afghan Taliban movement (banned in Russia) has denied a statement by the American intelligence about the alleged refusal to implement the peace agreement signed with the United States.


Sukhail Shahin, spokesman for the Qatar political bureau in the movement, said the Taliban did not intend to violate the agreement and would stick to the agreements. At the same time, he called the statement of the US special services "untruth."

A statement by American intelligence (...) that the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan (Taliban - approx. BO) intends to violate the agreement is not true, and we completely refute this statement

- He said, adding that the implementation of the agreement is "satisfactory pace."

Recall that on February 29, the Taliban and the United States signed a peace agreement that obliges the United States to withdraw its military contingent from Afghanistan within 14 months, and the Taliban to break all ties with al-Qaeda and begin inter-Afghan negotiations with the government.

The parties agreed that in order to create an atmosphere of trust before the start of negotiations between the Taliban and the government of Afghanistan, the country's authorities will release 5 detained supporters of the movement from prison, and the Taliban - 1 government. However, the Afghan authorities refused to release the Taliban, saying that the issue of their release is not the responsibility of the United States.

In turn, the Taliban said they did not recognize the Afghan authorities, and the agreement on the release was signed with the United States.

Meanwhile, the parties are ready to start negotiations after the release of their supporters.
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  1. Insurgent 8 March 2020 09: 37 New
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    Taliban refuted US intelligence statement on unwillingness to fulfill peace treaty

    And these "guys" (the Taliban) will not tolerate an empty talk in their direction.

    Someone, apparently, "For the Bazaar" will have to answer ...
    1. Same lech 8 March 2020 09: 40 New
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      The stump is clear ... the Americans are cheating again ... they themselves violate all the agreements and want to blame the Taliban for it ... well, swindlers ... scammers ... scammers ... I am very angry at the US State Department for their constant nasty things not only in relation to Russia but the whole world.
      Because of them, wars and the deaths of thousands of people are constantly taking place in the world.
      1. bessmertniy 8 March 2020 10: 06 New
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        Vrrbshche something, it is not clear with an exchange. It turns out that Trump signed an agreement with the Taliban behind the back of the legitimate government of Afghanistan. repeat How did it happen that the Americans signed up to what is not in their competence? what Could it be that the American military will generally be sent to release the Taliban from Afghan prisons !? no
        1. Dmitry Donskoy 8 March 2020 10: 17 New
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          But what is not clear here? They generally appointed the president in Venezuela, but then the authorities simply did not call for conspiracy with the Basmachi. The mattresses in the blood do everything their own way. am
        2. maidan.izrailovich 8 March 2020 12: 29 New
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          bessmertniy (Victor)
          Could it be that the American military will generally be sent to release the Taliban from Afghan prisons !?

          It is possible that you are not far from the truth.
          Judge for yourself. The ISIS project stalled. Further plan "B". The Taliban comes to power. Only this time the USA is among his friends. Further, the spread of influence on the countries of Central Asia. Naturally with a change of regimes in the latter. Well, and there is goal number 1. A large and unruly country in the north.
          If this logical chain begins to be realized, then I hope our Foreign Ministry and the Ministry of Defense will be able to intercept this process.
      2. Valery Valery 8 March 2020 10: 29 New
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        In the United States since Kennedy, powerful political structures (for example, the CIA, the FBI, etc.) can, almost without concealment, oppose the central government.
        So now, Trump wants to withdraw troops from Afghanistan, and the Pentagon is trying to continue this war.
    2. Sarmat Sanych 8 March 2020 17: 52 New
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      The United States has intelligence that the Taliban made a deal to get the withdrawal of American troops from Afghanistan, and when it is completed they will hit the government. That is, America is outraged that they are treating her the way it is used to with everyone, always and everywhere. It’s ridiculous.
  2. Victor_B 8 March 2020 09: 39 New
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    Well, on the other hand, the Taliban are tribal associations without strict centralization.
    Therefore, each tribal leader owns a bicycle.
    The top leaders write some kind of agreement, but on the ground they decide what to execute and what not.
    1. Same lech 8 March 2020 09: 46 New
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      Actually, the Americans are occupiers in Afghanistan ... and the Afghans themselves must solve their internal problems ... without the participation of these democratizers.
      1. Victor_B 8 March 2020 09: 48 New
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        Quote: The same Lech
        Actually, the Americans are occupiers in Afghanistan ...

        Interestingly, besides the Americans and the stubborn, does anyone on the planet consider their stay in Afghanistan, Iraq, and Syria legal?
    2. Insurgent 8 March 2020 09: 46 New
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      Quote: Victor_B
      Well, on the other hand, the Taliban are tribal associations without strict centralization.
      Therefore, each tribal leader owns a bicycle.

      Calmly stop when they need, they team up in the "Bicycle Troops" ...
      From the experience of the war in Afghanistan during the USSR, we saw this. Although there was still no Taliban movement, but the then dekhane spirits, these are in fact "flocks" and Taliban fighters ...
      1. Vitaly Tsymbal 8 March 2020 10: 03 New
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        When OKSVA was in Afghanistan, then in those days the spirits could not unite ... then their Islam is different, then their nationality or tribe is different, then the "Western Arab friends" gave one less to another ... more there appeared "friendly gangs" who came running to us - shuravi and asked for help to "shag" our neighbor. There has never been a unity of peoples in Afghanistan, as in the USSR during the Second World War, and is unlikely to appear in the near future. This is what the Americans use.
        1. Insurgent 8 March 2020 10: 25 New
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          Quote: Vitaliy Tsymbal
          When OKSVA was in Afghanistan, then in those days the spirits could not unite ... then their Islam is different, then their nationality or tribe is different

          Under the leadership of Leo Pajshar, Ahmad Shah Masouda, in 1996 there were up to 60 bayonets ...

          What is this if not a union?

          Approximate data on the number of fighters of Ahmad Shah by year:

          1980 - less than 1000
          1981 - 2200
          1984 - 5000
          1989 - 13 000
          1996 - 60 000
          1. spech 8 March 2020 11: 36 New
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            Maybe someone threw a coin, that's "the donkey loaded with gold" opened the gate
          2. Vitaly Tsymbal 8 March 2020 11: 55 New
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            I want to remind you that we left Afghanistan in 1989. Even 13 thousand fighters at AS Masud’s figure is too high, because farther than the Panjshir Gorge, this warlord did not have power, and indeed
            He himself is not a Pashtun, but a Tajik. He never found a common language with either the Pashtuns or other nations ... The "heroism" of this field commander was "exaggerated" by our military, who mainly participated in panjshir operations ... In fact, Masoud was one of 20-30 well-known field commander who constantly "raked" from the Soviet army. Ours captured Masud’s estate, but then passed it to the Afghans, and they “drained” it to Masud. Well, 60 thousand soldiers of Masoud are the forces of the Northern Alliance, which, under the leadership of Masoud, lost the war to the Taliban.
            1. Insurgent 8 March 2020 11: 59 New
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              Quote: Vitaliy Tsymbal
              60 thousand soldiers of Masoud are the forces of the Northern Alliance which, under the leadership of Masoud, lost the war to the Taliban


              Dead Masood, leading the forces of the Northern Alliance (all the same, alliances?), Lost the war to the Taliban ...

              How can I digest this?
              1. Vitaly Tsymbal 8 March 2020 13: 31 New
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                The human brain is designed to receive, accumulate and store INFORMATION, the stomach is responsible for digestion.
                Dear Insurgent, open even such an ambiguous publication as Wikipedia and there you can read the following:
                After the Taliban seized central power in Afghanistan in 1996, Masudistan revived and became part of the Northern Alliance, which was led by Masoud.

                But a wiki is not a reliable source of information, so check with other sources ...
                I repeat Masoud - the field commander of the Tajiks (and not all of them). In the Northern Alliance, besides the Tajiks, there were about the same number of Uzbeks, Hazaras and other ethnic groups who were against the Pashtuns. Masood did not have a single victory over the Soviet troops (however, like other field commanders). Up to 2 thousand Soviet soldiers, who dispersed Masood gangs through caves and Pakistani spiritual camps, usually participated against the “thousands of Masud warriors”.
  3. Prisoner 8 March 2020 09: 43 New
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    Being an enemy of mattresses is calmer than being their friends. yes It would be better if they continued to falsify them, you see they would have washed off.
    1. Insurgent 8 March 2020 09: 52 New
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      Quote: Captive
      Being an enemy of mattresses is calmer than being their friends. yes It would be better if they continued to falsify them, you see they would have washed off.

      The Americans want to leave without loss, "save face", and not run away stumbling, as from Vietnam.

      For this reason, and bargaining.
      1. Prisoner 8 March 2020 10: 00 New
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        If we proceed from the mentality of the bearded, then they so simply will not refuse to break the farewell pendell leaving. Ours, in the process of withdrawing the contingent, in order to cool the hot heads of spirits, the Buratin pair had to make several demonstration volleys. Impressed. It will be more difficult. It will be necessary to take off. And anything can happen on takeoffs.
  4. knn54 8 March 2020 09: 45 New
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    It’s just that Afghan men “noted” the conclusion of an agreement between the United States and the Taliban.
  5. Thrifty 8 March 2020 10: 08 New
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    All this is the appearance of an imitation of compliance with certain “agreements” that are not worth the paper on which they were printed! Only the elimination of the Taliban, and the exit of ALL military, primarily the American from Afghanistan, can end a long civil war, but this scenario
    from the category of fiction.
  6. Jack O'Neill 8 March 2020 10: 09 New
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    Taliban refuted US intelligence statement on unwillingness to fulfill peace treaty

    Well, yes, yes, only two American turntables shot down, one of which included the presidents of the United States and Afghanistan.
  7. Nikolai Petrov 8 March 2020 11: 34 New
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    What arrangements can be with "exclusive"? Well, agreed, the next day, the striped threw bombs on the contract side. The Taliban responded. Nothing new.
  8. businessv 8 March 2020 11: 36 New
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    obliges the US to withdraw its military contingent from Afghanistan within 14 months, and the Taliban to break all ties with al-Qaeda and begin inter-Afghan negotiations with the government.
    Is this the same al-Qaeda that the minke whales founded? Why are they now making the Taliban tear them? Native children of bitch! Your affairs are wonderful, exporter of democracy!
  9. Ros 56 8 March 2020 11: 55 New
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    They all stand each other there, they all lack faith from the word at all.
  10. Volgar 8 March 2020 12: 22 New
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    Meanwhile, the parties are ready to start negotiations after the release of their supporters.

    Inter-Afghan negotiations will not lead to any major changes within the country. The opposing sides have too different views. The Afghan government looks west and depends on the west. The Taliban in the controlled territories are introducing Sharia standards, the implementation of which is strictly controlled. It will not work to reach any agreements in the inter-Afghan negotiations.
  11. sanik2020 8 March 2020 13: 23 New
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    Hollywood always says that the United States does not talk with terrorists. So now the Taliban are not terrorists? Then let them both go to court and there they prove who does not comply.