Historical peace agreement signed between US and Taliban to end 18 year old conflict

A historic peace agreement has been reached between the US-Afghanistan after 18 months of talks on Saturday. According to the agreement, in 14 months, US forces will return from Afghanistan. This agreement has been reached with the Afghan government. US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo is present in Doha to sign the process, while US Defense Minister Mark Esper and NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg have arrived in Kabul for a joint declaration.
The agreement states that the US will reduce the number of US military forces in Afghanistan to 8,600, and will also implement other commitments to the US-Taliban accord within 135 days of this joint declaration and the announcement of the US-Taliban Agreement. At the same time, the US will work with its allies and alliances to reduce the number of coalition forces in Afghanistan over a certain period of time under the US-Taliban agreement.

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