US troops defends atmosphere strikes that Taliban says violate couple pact


The US troops shielded on Sunday a atmosphere strikes opposite Taliban fighters final week, as a mutinous organisation indicted Washington of violating a sealed agreement.

The Taliban launched a vital descent in a southern range of Helmand in a bid to take a capital, call US air strikes in support of Afghan confidence forces, that were being overrun.

“American army have disregarded a Doha agreement in several forms by carrying out extreme atmosphere strikes following a new developments in Helmand,” Taliban orator Qari Muhammad Yousuf Ahmadi pronounced in a statement.

The US-Taliban pact, sealed in Doha, provides for unfamiliar army to leave Afghanistan in sell for confidence guarantees and a oath from a insurgents to lay down with a Afghan supervision to find a pacific allotment to decades of war.

Col. Sonny Leggett, a orator for a U.S. forces, denied that a strikes disregarded a deal.

“The whole universe has witnessed a Taliban’s descent operations in Helmand – attacks that harmed and replaced thousands of trusting Afghan civilians,” Leggett pronounced on Twitter, reiterating a call for “all sides” to revoke violence.

US special attach� Zalmay Khalilzad, who met a Taliban final week in Doha, a collateral of Qatar, to determine to a ‘reset’ of their commitments, pronounced assault was still too high.

“Unfounded charges of violations and inflammatory tongue do not allege peace,” he pronounced on Twitter on Monday, propelling despotic confluence to a couple withdrawal understanding and a light easing of violence.

While final week’s vital fighting in Helmand has simmered down, assault elsewhere continues.

Since Saturday, Taliban clashes with confidence army in several districts of northeastern Badakhshan, including a collateral of Faizabad, have killed during slightest 4 of a forces.

Talks between Taliban and Afghan supervision negotiators began final month in Doha, though a routine has usually changed slowly, while assault escalated, a cause diplomats and officials have pronounced is sapping a trust indispensable for negotiations to succeed.