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Afghanistan: US and Taliban ‘re-set’ deal after more than 5,000 families displaced

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The US and Taliban have agreed to a “re-set” by “strictly adhering” to the implementation of their attempted peace deal signed earlier this year, Donald Trump’s top envoy for Afghanistan has said.

Zalmay Khalilzad wrote on Twitter that he and the commander of US forces in Afghanistan, Scott Miller, had organised meetings with the Taliban and agreed to refresh their previous commitments.

It comes after more than 5,000 families have been displaced during recent fighting.

The US envoy said in a series of Tweets: “We agreed to re-set actions by strictly adhering to implementation of all elements of the US-Taliban Agreement and all commitments made.”

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