The dedication, made by new US National Security Adviser Jake Sullivan throughout a telephone name to his Afghan counterpart Hamdullah Mohib, comes towards the backdrop of concern within the area over a surge in violence and assassinations blamed on the Taliban.

The Biden administration mentioned on Saturday that it’s going to overview the US-Taliban settlement signed final yr to evaluate whether or not the Taliban is delivering on its commitments to chop ties with terror teams and cut back violence in Afghanistan.

The dedication, made by new US National Security Adviser Jake Sullivan throughout a telephone name to his Afghan counterpart Hamdullah Mohib, comes towards the backdrop of concern within the area over a surge in violence and assassinations blamed on the Taliban.

Over the previous few weeks, Afghan authorities officers, civil society activists and journalists have been focused in bombings and assaults in Kabul and different cities throughout Afghanistan. On January 14, India had referred to as for a direct cease to the focused assaults in Afghanistan and sought a complete ceasefire to take ahead efforts to usher in peace.

Sullivan “underscored that the US will support the peace process with a robust and regional diplomatic effort”, mentioned a readout from the US nationwide safety council. He additionally “made clear the United States’ intention to review the February 2020 US-Taliban agreement”, the readout mentioned.

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