US Peace Envoy to Afghanistan Must Stop Admiring Taliban to Succeed in Mission – The Globe Post

Over the last couple of weeks, the Afghan government and E.U. officials have been scrambling to de-escalating tensions between U.S. Peace Envoy to Afghanistan Zalmay Khalilzad and Afghan National Security Advisor Hamdullah Mohib.

The diplomatic row erupted on March 14, when Mohib harshly, and rightly so, criticized Khalilzad for failing to bring the Afghan government to negotiate with the Taliban.

Since Khalilzad took on his assignment as the U.S. special envoy in September, he has met Taliban representatives five times. The last meeting continued for sixteen days without any significant breakthrough for the Afghan people and government who are eagerly waiting for … Read More on The Globe Post

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