He made the remarks in his latest statement posted on the official Twitter account of U.S. Special Representative for Afghanistan Reconciliation.
“Working closely with @NATO and other partners and allies has been a priority from day one. We came together. We will coordinate adjustments in our presence together. And if we leave, we will leave together. Together for peace and security for #Afghanistan and for us all,” Ambassador Khalilzad said.
This comes as efforts are underway to find a political solution to end the ongoing conflict in Afghanistan.
The fifth round of U.S. and Taliban talks ended on Tuesday concluded in Qatar.
Ambassador Khalilzad in a Twitter post had said that the two sides have agreed in draft regarding the timeline of troops withdrawal and counter-terrorism.
However, Ambassador Khalilzad had said that there is no final agreement until everything is agreed as he pointed towards the initiation of intra-Afghan talks and ceasefire.