The Taliban want a short term government in exchange for a ceasefire

The Taliban want a short term government in exchange for a ceasefire

The Reuters administration reported that during the negotiations between the Taliban and the United States, Arabia, Pakistan and the United Arab Emirates, the six-month probable ceasefire and the government's short-term governance.




Sources said that American officials had asked for a meeting in a ceasefire in six months, and then they suggested that the temporary government had suggested that the Taliban would be part of it.




Reuters quoted the Taliban sources: "If these three countries, Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates and Pakistan assured that the short-term government will be handed over to the Taliban appointed person, we will think about six months."




But the Taliban said this report was wrong on Monday. The Taleban spokesman, a discussion on Twitter regarding the short-term government and the ceasefire session of Abu-Abi.




Recently, the Afghan government and its American officials have not said anything about this.




No information was provided in this session, but the Taliban spokesman said that "detailed numbers" would be published more