Taliban and Afghan politicians have agreed on complete withdrawal of foreign troops from Afghanistan.In a joint statement issued after the Afghan peace talks held in Russian capital Moscow, they also agreed to support peace talks in Doha with American negotiators.

The gathering agreed on future talks ensuring a durable and dignified peace for the people of Afghanistan.Earlier, the Taliban hailed two days of unprecedented talks with Afghan politicians as very successful despite disagreements over women’s rights and their demands for an Islamic constitution.

The head of the Taliban delegation said the time of the U.S. troop withdrawal from Afghanistan is not fixed yet and negotiations on the issue are in progress.

Former Afghan President Hamid Karzai said the talks involving Taliban officials and the opposition focused on peace, stability and Afghanistan free of foreign forces.