Recents in Beach

Taliban capture Afghanistan's main Tajikistan border crossing

Taliban capture Afghanistan's main Tajikistan border crossing



Insurgents are conducting a wave of  offensive in afghanistan's  north in recent days they are moving  beyond their southern strongholds  as international forces withdraw now the  united nations envoy for afghanistan  said the taliban had taken more than 50  of the 370 districts  fierce fighting between taliban and the  afghan government forces has taken place  in the northern provinces  of kunduz in recent days and later  search  in the north is outside the taliban's  traditional strongholds in the southern  districts  the taliban intends to make inroads and  have a strong presence in the northern  region of the country  that has long resisted their presence  violence has also escalated throughout  the country ever since the united states  announced plans to withdraw its troops  by september this year  the taliban on tuesday captured  afghanistan's main  border crossing with tajikistan the  shareholder port  the seizure of the port is the most  significant gain for  taliban since the u.s began withdrawing  troops the capture comes a day ahead of  the crucial shanghai cooperation  organization meet  in tajikistan capital city of dushana  bay  and the fierce fighting has reached  between taliban and afghan forces  over the past few days according to an  official civilians were fleeing the city  the government admits that the taliban  have captured a number of their  districts  now peace talks in doha have largely  been stalled meetings have taken place  in recent weeks and the taliban  continues to say that they are committed  to talks  but the situation on ground contrasts  their intentions  officials raised concerns over the  negotiations and have said the taliban  has not yet submitted a written peace  proposal  and fears are also growing that the  taliban could return to power they will  reimpose that harsh version of the  islamic law  in february last year the united states  and the taliban signed a peace agreement  according to which  all americans and nato troops from  afghanistan would be withdrawn  negotiators had started talks in  september but the talks stalled after a  few rounds  and violence has  in escalated this year u.s president joe  biden announced that the u.s would  withdraw its remaining 2500 troops from  afghanistan by 11th of september  this year.

Post a Comment

0 Comments