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NATO commander and US embassy reject Karzai’s remarks

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Marine Corps General Joseph Dunford is pictured at a Senate Armed Services Committee hearing in WashingtonNATO-led International Security Assistance Force commander Gen. Joseph Dunford and the US embassy in Afghanistan rejected president Hamid Karzai’s remakrs and called it incorrect.

President Hamid Karzai on Saturday said US officials and Taliban group representatives are hold talks on daily basis in Gulf and European states.

Gen. Joseph Dunford said president Karzai’s remarks are completely incorrect and insisted that president Karzai has never shared the ongoing talks between Taliban and United States.

NATO commander also said that he met president Karzai on Saturday and hopes that his claims are not true. He also added that he does not know the motive behind president Hamid Karzai’s remarks

In the meantime US embassy in Kabul denied president Karzai’s remarks and emphasized that the only US role in Afghan talks is to support an Afghan-led reconciliation process.

In response to president Karzai’s remarks, US embassy in Kabul issued a statement and said that the Taliban group halted peace talks with the US government last March.

The statement also added that the two leaders agreed to open a liaison office for the Taliban group in Qatar and emphasized that the Afghan talks should be limited to Afghan high peace council and official representatives of the Taliban group.

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