The Taliban and a delegation representing Afghan society have agreed at talks in Qatar upon a road map for a future political settlement in what is seen as a major step toward ending Afghanistan's nearly 18-year war. However, there are major discrepancies between different versions of the resolution released in the Pashto, Dari, and English languages that highlight where difficulties in the negotiations remain. The English version, released on July 9 by U.S. envoy Zalmay Khalilzad as an "unofficial translation," declares that the Taliban and intra-Afghan delegates had agreed to assure Afghan women their fundamental rights in "political, social, economic, educational, [and] cultural affairs" in a way that is "in accordance with the values of Islam." That is a key demand from Afghanistan's internationally backed government in Kabul. The English translation also did not contain any reference to one of the key issues for the Taliban -- their demand for the withdrawal of all foreign military forces from Afghanistan.
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