Both sides agree on reducing death toll to zero
Talks between the Afghanistan leaders and the Taliban which held for two days have come to common landing where both parties have agreed to promote peace in the region. A joint statement was released by both parties at the end of the talks which reads that they committed to respecting and protecting the dignity of the people, their life and property and to minimize the civilian casualties to zero.
The delegates which attended the two-day talk expressed happiness over the reached agreement and stated that the agreement would ensure security of public institutions such as schools, religious organizations, hospitals, markets, water dams and other working locations. Though there was an agreement between the both parties but it is not legally binding.