Agreement Taliban Us

Between April 29 and May 3, 2019, the Afghan government held a four-day loya jirga to discuss peace talks. The four-part agreement between the United States and the Taliban has forced the United States to withdraw most of its troops from Afghanistan, which it is doing. In exchange, the Taliban assured that Afghanistan would no longer be used as a base for attacks against the United States and its allies. It also agreed to cooperate with the Government of Afghanistan. In a variant of this eventuality, the Afghan government and the Taliban could reach a fragile interim agreement, but one or both sides would not implement part of the agreement. This situation could put the United States in a precarious situation. It should decide whether it should continue to withdraw its armed forces because the parties had reached an agreement or whether it should halt the withdrawal until a solution was found. The February 29 agreement between the U.S. and the Taliban called on the insurgent group to sever ties with al-Qaeda and other terrorist groups and negotiate a political agreement with its Afghan rivals to end the 19-year-old conflict, so that thousands of the remaining U.S.

troops can leave the country by May 2021. .