Taliban has accused the US of violating the Doha Peace deal .because the U.S. military said in a statement on Sunday that, it had justification for the incident about airstrikes against the Afghan Taliban last week.
Prior to the allegations, the Taliban launched a major offensive to seize control of the capital, Helmand, in Afghanistan’s southern province. Washington says it has retaliated by launching airstrikes on the Taliban in support of Afghan government forces.
Taliban spokesman Mohammad Yousuf Ahmadi said in a statement that the US military had violated the Doha peace deal in various ways by carrying out excessive airstrikes during their operation in Helmand.
According to the agreement signed between the United States and the Taliban in Doha, the Taliban will guarantee security in Afghanistan.
They will also hold talks with the Afghan government to find a peaceful solution to the country’s decades-long war. In return, US-led multinational forces will leave the country.
U.S. military spokesman Col. Sonny Leggett denied allegations that the Doha agreement was violated by airstrikes.
In a tweet, he said, “The whole world has seen that many people have been injured and thousands of Afghans have been displaced by the Taliban in Helmand.”
Meanwhile, US Special Envoy Zalmai Khalilzad who met with the Taliban in Doha last week, said violence in Afghanistan was still high after the Doha agreement.