Zalmay Mamozy Khalilzad is a US diplomat and the Special Representative for Afghanistan Reconciliation at the Department of State.
Mr Trump has said 5,000 US troops in Afghanistan would leave by may and That he would meet Taliban leaders in the near future, without specifying where.
the United States and The Nato Alliance partners have agreed to the withdrawal of all troops within 14 months, when the militants, the preservation of the historic range.
under the agreement, not to allow the militants also agreed, al-Qaeda or any other extremist group operating in the areas they control.
the attacks in New York by al-Qaeda, The US Invasion of Afghanistan weeks after the September, 2001, in Afghanistan. The Taliban were ousted from power, But was a rebellious force That by 2018 More Than two-thirds of the country.The Deal ?
Speaking at the White house, Mr. Trump congratulated Secretary of state Mike Pompeo , the Minister of defense Mark Esper , and "the people of the United States of America spent and so much in terms of blood, in the Form of Treasury and the Ministry of Finance. "
He said the Taliban had tried to reach an agreement with the United States for a long time, and he had faith in the thing because "everyone is tired of war. "
The President added That U.S. troops killing terrorists in Afghanistan "in the thousands", it was now "time to do for Someone Else That work, and it is the Taliban, and it could be, the surrounding countries".
In a speech, Mr. Pompeo demanded That the militant group "to cut keep your promise ties with al-Qaeda."
Mr Baradar said, he hoped, Afghanistan could emerge from four decades of conflict.
in addition to the withdrawal of U.S. and allied troops, the offer will also swap for a detainee.
The US sanctions lift against the Taliban and work with the United Nations to lift its sanctions against The Group .
"I don't think the Taliban are, and remember how it oppresses women, when they ruled," the 28-year-old to the AFP news Agency said.
Secunder Kermani, Bbc News , Kabul
U.S., Afghanistan and Taliban officials have all been avoid carefully, to now call for the Doha agreement, "a peace-offering. "But in Afghanistan, a sense of optimism has risen.
The Afghanistan war was a bloody stalemate for years, with the Taliban increasingly controlling or contesting more territory, are still able to and to keep the large urban centers.
This Deal now opens the door for wide-ranging talks between the militants and Afghan political leaders.
But these discussions will make it much more difficult - somehow it will lead to a reconciliation between the Taliban, the vision of an "Islamic Emirate" and the democratic modern Afghanistan, which has been established since 2001.
The priority for many Afghans, at least in the short term, is a substantial reduction of violence. We will find out in the coming weeks, when the warmer spring weather ushers in the rule of the "fighting season" when this will happen.What was the reaction? How have US-Taliban talks come about?
Since 2011, will discuss Qatar hosts the Taliban leaders have moved it to peace in Afghanistan. It was a plaid process. and in the midst of the rows of flags. Other attempts, The Talks stalled.
In December 2018, the militants announced they would US officials to find to try a "roadmap to peace". But the hard-line Islamist group has refused to hold official talks with The Afghan government, which they dismissed as American "puppets".
the Following nine rounds of the U.S.-Taliban talks in Qatar, the Two Sides seemed close to an agreement.
Washington ' s top negotiator, announced last September That the United States would have agreed to pull back 5,400 troops from Afghanistan within 20 weeks as part of a Deal "in principle" with the Taliban fighters.
A week ago, the Taliban have agreed to a "reduction of violence" - killed, even though Afghan officials say at least 22 soldiers and 14 civilians were Taliban attacks in this period.
Nearly 3,500 members of The International coalition died troops in Afghanistan since the invasion in 2001.
to quantify troops, The figures for Afghan civilians, insurgents and government more difficult. In a February 2019 report, the UN said That More Than 32,000 civilians died. says been killed 58,000 security personnel and 42,000 opposition fighters.