Breakthrough agreement reached with 60 top Afghan Taliban Leaders, claims Afghan Police Chief

Breakthrough agreement reached with 60 top Afghan Taliban Leaders, claims Afghan Police Chief
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KANDAHAR- The provincial police chief of southern Kandahar province Gen. Abdul Raziq has announced major breakthrough in talks with Afghan Taliban.

He has claimed that sixty top leaders of Taliban’s Quetta Council are prepared to join peace process led by the Afghans, Khaama Press has reported.

Speaking during a press conference in Kandahar, Gen. Raziq claimed that he has reached to an agreement regarding the peace process with at least sixty top leaders of Taliban’s Quetta Council.

Gen. Raziq further added that the Taliban leaders are prepared to join peace process and will be resettled in Safe Zones in Kandahar province once they join the reconciliation.

He also added that the Taliban leaders who have showed willingness to join peace process, are among the top leaders of the group, who have served or actively serving in the senior ranks of the Taliban, ranging from ministerial to brigade levels.

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