The US Embassy in Kabul has warned that extremists groups are planning to carry out attacks against a "variety of targets in Afghanistan."
The Embassy issued the warning on Thursday but did not specify which organizations were plotting the attacks.
"The U.S. Embassy in Kabul warns U.S. citizens that extremist organizations continue to plan attacks against a variety of targets in Afghanistan, including a heightened risk of attacks targeting female government and civilian workers, including teachers, human rights activists, office workers, and government employees," the US Embassy said.
This comes as the government and the Taliban negotiators are sitting around the negotiating table in Doha for the first time to pave the way for ending the conflict in the war-torn country.
Meanwhile, in an interview with Aljazeera, Abdullah Abdullah, the Chairman of the High Council for National Reconciliation said that the two sides have to come to a shared agreement on Afghanistanís future - one where the will of the people can be exercised freely.
He said that Afghanistanís future would include one that can sustain itself and one that leads to durable peace and stability.
As intra-Afghan negotiations continue, between the Afghan negotiating team and the Taliban, Abdullah said both sides need to come to a shared agreement on how to move forward.
"Both sides should see the need and come to the realization that we must put people first," he said and on whether the countryís future was a Republic or an Emirate system, he stated it would come "down to the will of the people".
However, he stated it was important that the will of the people should be exercised in a freeway "one person, one vote is important."