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US forces helping ISIS to transport into Afghanistan

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The Afghan Taliban made the startling discovery that the US forces helping ISIS militants in transporting to the war-torn country in their helicopters.

A senior member of the Taliban currently visiting Iran to discuss the peace process. He made the remarks at a press conference in Tehran on Tuesday, Iran said.

They added that US troops were also helping Islamic state fighters escape from Taliban-controlled areas.

Blaming the US Forces for the recent escalation in violence in the country. They saying the United States has failed to honor terms agreed in the February deal and resumed attacks.

“We don’t have access to the media, but they do. They associate violence with us, and that’s not true. As US forces helping ISIS, they start violence. They start violence and it’s still going on.”

Regarding the Afghanistan peace initiative, Taliban negotiators said the group was working on an “inclusive system and establishment” and opposed “monopoly power”.

They also indicated that the mandate of previous agreements with the United States will renew. But if foreign forces failed to withdraw from Afghanistan.

Earlier in the day, three people were killed and seven injured in a series of bomb attacks in Afghanistan. It happened after western countries urged the Taliban to end a wave of violence the group denies.

Last week, in a meeting with a Taliban delegation in Tehran. Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif stressed the formation of a “comprehensive” Afghan government.

On January 31, a Taliban delegation led by co-founder Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar arrived in Iran at the ministry’s invitation to discuss the “Afghan peace process”.

The visit comes as peace talks between the Afghan government and the Taliban resumed in Qatar’s capital Doha in early January to end two decades of conflict.

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