In Quetta city of Pakistan, members of the terrorist organization Taliban held a meeting with the group's top leader, Mullah Hibbatullah Akhundzada. The media said on Thursday that Taliban militant leaders present here discussed a possible ceasefire with the US. Tolo News quoted a source as saying that a delegation from the Taliban's office in Doha also attended the meeting to inform the US side in Doha about the final decision on the ceasefire. <! –
Syed Akbar Agha, former Taliban commander, said, "There is a discussion on whether the ceasefire will be for a short time or lasting." A source in the Doha talks said that the US had spoken to the Taliban that it would be in peace until then. Will not sign unless an agreement is reached to reduce the ceasefire and violence.