While President Ghani has acknowledged the decision to reduce the violence as acceptable, so far, the Afghan government reportedly has no plans for a reduction in violence in practical terms.
Sources at the Ministry of Defense say that the plan for a reduction in violence is not yet clear and that the country's military on the battlefield do not have a clear vision of reducing violence.
President Ghani late Wednesday said that after a telephone conversation with the US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, President Donald Trump's decision to reduce violence is acceptable.
But no government official has yet elaborated on the plan for a reduction in violence.
“The president has expressed satisfaction with the reduction in violence that will lead to a ceasefire, but we hope that our talks start with the lead to a ceasefire before that,” said Waheed Omer, President Ghani's senior advisor in public and strategic relations.
Analysts believe that a lack of clarity in the violence reduction plan will make it more difficult for troops on the battlefield.
“What lethal weapons would be reduced? A landmine? An airstrike? Which one? " said Attiqullah Amarkhail, a former military officer.
Sources familiar with the Doha peace talks say the reduction in violence plan is, in fact, an undeclared ceasefire.
“The reduction in violence takes place a week before the agreement is signed, and if implemented properly, the agreement will be signed, and the reduction in violence will continue until the inter-Afghan talks, and that is an undeclared ceasefire,” said Khalilullah Safi, former head of Pugwash in Afghanistan.
Forming a consensus on a plan to reduce violence is another suggestion by the country's former militaries.
“Politicians and governments formulate a joint plan for a reduction in violence but can they clarify what reduction in violence means?” said Abdul Wahab Wardak, former Afghan air forces commander.
Earlier, senior officials in the country said that a reduction in violence means the Taliban are not attacking cities, and not conducting suicide attacks or blocking highways.