WorldAfghan President Ashraf Ghani urges Taliban to refrain from violence

Afghan President Ashraf Ghani urges Taliban to refrain from violence

President Ghani made comments on the agenda during the opening of the country’s fifth international airport in Khost province today.

Stating that the Taliban is responsible for the increasing violence in the country, Gani said, “The Taliban should be asked who they are fighting for. Who will benefit from the destruction of Afghanistan and the killing of Afghans?” used his statements.

Ghani emphasized that the Taliban should draw lessons from the examples of Syria, Yemen, Iraq, Algeria and Lebanon.

Expressing that the Afghan government wants peace and is making the necessary effort to continue the peace process, Ghani said that the Taliban continue the violence.

President Ghani called on the Taliban to refrain from violence and participate in the peace process.

On the other hand, in a statement made today by the Afghan Defense Ministry, it was reported that 191 Taliban members were killed in airstrikes carried out in different parts of the country.

Violence continues in the country

While the peace process in Afghanistan remains uncertain, violent clashes between the security forces and the Taliban continue.

The Taliban captured almost all of the districts on the border of Uzbekistan and Tajikistan in the attacks launched in the last week of June. The Taliban, which surrounded the Hayratan Border Gate, the most important trade route to Uzbekistan, from two directions, concentrated on the Gazni province in the southwest.

Continuing to advance in Afghanistan, the Taliban seized the Islamic Castle Border Gate on the Iranian border of the country on 8 July.

the Taliban; He increased his pressure with violent attacks in the provinces of Badakhshan, Tahar, Gazni, Herat and Badgis.

According to the Afghan Interior Ministry, 14 districts have been retaken from the Taliban in the last 3 weeks, while no district is permanently fully under the control of the organization. The Taliban, on the other hand, claim that this figure exceeds 170.

According to the information received by the AA correspondent from local authorities, the Taliban have captured more than 150 of 407 districts, including their centres. The Taliban, on the other hand, argues that the number of district centers under their control has exceeded 205.

The Taliban, which launched an attack to seize the center of Badgis province, has targeted the province center for the first time in years.

Militants took control of the center of Kunduz province in the north of the country for a short time in 2015.

. (HAS) . ..


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