US Increases Push for Negotiated Settlement in Afghanistan

The United States is pushing hard to take advantage of the momentum for peace talks generated in Afghanistan due to a brief cease-fire during the Muslim holy festival of Eid last month. "I think it creates this impulse for everyone to renew their efforts to find a negotiated political solution," Alice Wells, the principal deputy assistant secretary for the State Department’s Bureau of South and Central Asian Affairs, told reporters in Kabul according to AFP. Wells visited Afghanistan and Pakistan for four days starting Saturday, in an effort to rally the stakeholders to push forward on a negotiated settlement between the warring factions in Afghanistan. "The support that we saw, not just from the Afghan people but from the Taliban commanders and foot soldiers was extraordinary," she said, describing the way the Afghan public, security forces, and even Taliban reacted to the cease-fire................

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