Peace talks in jeopardy: Afghan Taliban postpone second round of talks

Peace talks in jeopardy  Afghan Taliban postpone second round of talks
ISLAMABAD A day after the announced death of Afghan Taliban’s supreme leader Mullah Muhammad Omar, rapid developments indicate that the ongoing peace talks between the Afghan Taliban and Afghan government are in jeopardy.

The Foreign Office on Thursday said in a short statement after the weekly briefing that the talks have been postponed. “In view of the reports regarding the death of Mullah Omar and resulting uncertainty, at the request of the Afghan Taliban leadership, the second round of the peace talks has been postponed.”

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