Afghan Taliban make a pledge to the World after the historic peace deal with the United States
ISLAMABAD - Afghan Taliban make a pledge to the World after the historic peace deal with the United States.
Afghan Taliban Spokesperson Suhail Shaheen said Saturday the Taliban were determent to not let Afghanistan's soil be used to carry out attacks against anyone. The development comes a few hours after the US and the Taliban signed a historic deal that could end 18 years of bloodshed in the country.
Shaheen said: "We are determined to not use Afghan land against anyone, he said.
He added that for the US, the benefit would be that it will not have to deal with attacks from the Afghanistan soil launched against it.
"America has agreed to leave Afghanistan through talks. This is a peaceful way and both parties have agreed on it," he said.
The Taliban spokesperson praised Pakistan's role in the peace deal and thanked the Pakistani people and the government for their support.
Talking about the future of Afghanistan, Shaheen said:"Through intra-Afghan dialogue the future of the country's government will be discussed."