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New York Times Informs Of Start Of US-Taliban Talks In Qatar

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Monday, January 30, 2012
Kabul (BNA) The New York Times daily informed of a start from the peace talks between the representatives of the Taliban and the US with the aim to build up trust for ending war in Afghanistan. 
The daily quoting the Taliban group writes that there is possibility for release of some of the Taliban prisoners from the Guantanamo. 
Aminudden Muzafari secretary to the high peace council said that the government of Afghanistan expects that a delegation of the Qatar state visit Kabul for acceleration of the role of this country’s role at the talks. 
According to New York Times four to eight representatives of the Taliban have gone from Pakistan to Qatar for opening of the Taliban office in Qatar. 
The daily adds that it seems that Taliban has refuted official confirmation of its representative at the peace talks land its ready for carrying of primary talks there. 
The US too has not rejected holding of the talks.

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