The spokesman for the US State Department once again accused the Islamic Emirate of violating the Doha agreement.
Ned Price in a press conference said that Islamic Emirate has not “fulfilled the Doha Agreement” in terms of engaging in political dialogue, fighting terrorist groups and respecting human rights.
“We have seen Mullah Baradar’s own statement, and we of course disagree with the key points in his own statement. Namely, the Taliban have not fulfilled their own commitments – the commitments that they made in the Doha Agreement, the Taliban also have not fulfilled their Doha commitment to engage in political dialogue leading to a negotiated settlement. That remains to be done. We shouldn’t forget that the Doha Agreement envisioned a peaceful settlement, not a takeover on the part of the Taliban,” said Ned Price.
"Some important issues were not dealt with and both sides violated the Doha Agreement ...," said Najib Rahman, political analyst.
Meanwhile, the Islamic Emirate said that it has fulfilled to Doha agreement, but America violated some points of the agreement.
"The Islamic Emirate completely fulfilled the agreement but America and its partners neglected parts of the agreement," said Bilal Karimi, spokesman for Islamic Emirate.
Political analysts asked both sides to fulfill the Doha agreement.
"They accused each other of violating the Doha agreements; it will be better that both sides make a commission and fulfill it together," said Aziz Miraj, a former diplomat.
"We can say that sides involved in the negotiations reached their own goals," said Wali Frozan, political analyst.
The complete withdrawal of foreign forces, the complete release of prisoners on both sides, the lifting of sanctions against members of the Islamic Emirate in the event of national dialogue, and the refraining of America and its allies from interfering in Afghanistan's internal affairs are important parts of this agreement.
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