Operation Enduring Freedom is ending with confusions and scuffles between the allies of this conflict; the Northern Alliance and US.
Mr Karzai is angry that US did not elicit a pledge from Taliban to talk to his government, analysts say.
After US announced it would open direct talks with the Taliban at their office in the Qatari capital, Doha, and handed over the security lead to ANA, Taliban launched two rockets at Bagram airbase, sending a clear message to Kabul about their intentions.
A condition for the talks was for the Taliban to renounce violence. However, US President Barack Obama did not make a ceasefire part of the preliminary negotiations.
The BBC’s Jonathan Beale says
“President Karzai clearly feels a sense of anger and betrayal over the way the US made that announcement. He thought there would be a commitment from the Taliban to engage with the Afghan government, to recognize the constitution and to renounce violence.”
“Ultimately we’re going to need to see Afghans talking to Afghans about how they can move forward and end the cycle of violence so they can start actually building their country” president Obama on the situation said during an official visit to Berlin on Wednesday.
President Karzai had suspended the fourth round of the bilateral security agreement talks in reaction to steps US has taken so far for the peace negotiations with Taliban.
Karzai has disagreed with the name given to the new Taliban office and also objects to the Taliban flag flying over the premises.
Nato handed over the security for the whole of the country to the Afghan government for the first time since the Taliban were overthrown in 2001.
US officials told reporters on Tuesday that the first formal meeting between US and Taliban representatives was expected to take place in Doha while President Karzai said he also intended to send delegates of Afghanistan’s High Peace Council there.
In the past, the Taliban have always refused to meet President Karzai or his government, dismissing them as puppets of Washington.
Mr Karzai has expressed anger at previous US and Qatari efforts to kick-start the peace process without properly consulting his government.