The Taliban deputy chief,Mullah Abdul Ghani Bardar arrived at Qatar on Sunday for talks with U.S to end the long lasted Afghan war.
The new round of talks which will be expected to begin on Monday in Doha to check the details of two sided agreement to end the war,in which U.S troops will withdraw their forces and in return Taliban’s guarantee to seize terrorism within Afghan territory,will be major points of concern.
The peace deal is yet to include Afghan government and after the meeting it is assumed that US will arrange a meeting with Afghan officials and to declare a cease-fire to ease the burden of a war.
New York Times reported that, Mullah Baradar’s travels to Doha from Pakistan, where he had been detained for years.
After nine years of halting efforts to reach a peace deal with the Taliban, the draft framework, though preliminary, is the biggest tangible step toward ending a war was made in January,this year.