Afghan Taliban send a strong message to both US and Kabul governments
KABUL - Afghan Taliban send a strong message to both US and Kabul governments.
Afghan Taliban have rejected talks with the puppet Kabul government and at the same time vowed to attack US Military in Afghanistan.
The Taliban will continue attacking US troops in Afghanistan until a peace deal is sealed, Zabihullah Mujahid, a spokesman for the militant group, stated.
"Until there is no agreement with the US we will continue the attacks on US troops, and we do not talk to the Kabul administration under the government's title and we have denied such talks before", he said.
Peace talks between the United States and the Taliban link that would have seen US forces withdrawn in return for promises that the militants would not give safe haven to foreign terrorists broke off last month over a bombing in Kabul that killed a US serviceman.
New talks on Afghan peace have been underway between the Taliban and Pakistan, although the Afghan government did not endorse them. The Taliban regard the administration in Kabul as a US puppet and have denied them credibility.