Representatives of the America and the Taliban agreed on a plane framework for a treaty agreement target at finishing the 17-year-old clash in Afghanistan, correspond to delegate of the White House.

America’s conciliators spent six days negotiating with the Taliban in Qatar last week.

Extremists have so far declined to contract in straight arrangements with Afghan executivs, whom they call “puppets.”

But experts warn that it may take years before any substantial peace agreement is touched.

Zalmay Khalilzad, the US Special Envoy for Reconciliation in Afghanistan, was in Kabul to inform the Afghan administration about the arrangement.

The United States is searching the possibility of a directly remowal of its soliders in exchange for a cease-fire and the Taliban’s commitment to begin direct arrangement  with the Afghan executivs.

The Taliban say they will begin arrangement with the executivs only after the exact date of the removal of the American troops is agreed.

On Monday, Afghan President Ashraf Ghani made a new call for the Taliban to speak straight with their executivs.

He cited concerns that freedoms could be lost if the Taliban shared power. Women human rights defenders expressed particular concern about the abuse of militants against women when they ruled the country.

Correspond to the office of Mr. Ghani, at a meeting on Sunday, Mr. Khalilzad refuse that there were any discussions with the Taliban about future governance mechanisms in Kabul.

In an interview with the New York Times, Khalilzad said that the Taliban have pledged not to provide terrorist groups such as Al-Qaeda, a safe haven is a key requirement from Washington if it withdraws troops.

Before the interview, the American envoy only released a series of talks on tweets, saying that “significant progress” had been made, but without details.

The discussions clearly remain at a preliminary stage – and far from agreement on the broader issues necessary for a lasting peace in Afghanistan – but after many years of stalemate this is a long-awaited progress.