Afghans awoke on Sunday to find that months of negotiations that had electrified the country had been ended with a tweet.
Over the course of three messages, the United States president halted talks between America and the Taliban after more than a year of meetings in the Gulf.
Those talks, which had excluded the Afghan government, had been pored over and analysed for months by those at their mercy, but without a say.
“The game is not played by Afghans,” said Ahmad Eqbal, 25-year-old medical graduate working in a Kabul private hospital.
“The peace negotiation was symbolic, in which Afghan people were not involved. And now they have stopped talking.”
“I feel that they play with our fates, and I…
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