The U.S. refuses to participate in the conference on Afghanistan in Russia

According to the US State Department spokesman, Mark Toner, the U.S. does not plan to participate in the conference on Afghanistan that will be held in Moscow on April 14.

"We do not plan to participate in these regional talks”, said Toner. “I think they’re April 14th, which is tomorrow. They have been organized by the Russian Government," he said.

At the same time, the representative of the State Department noted that the U.S. supports regional attempts to solve the problems of Afghanistan. According to Toner, the U.S. is ready to work with both Russia and other key parties on this issue.

On Thursday the most powerful non-nuclear bomb of the United States – the GBU-43/B, which is called the "Mother of All Bombs" - was dropped for the first time in history. It was used against IS fighters in Afghanistan.

  USA, Russia, Afghanistan