Taliban * continue to pull troops into border provinces, including on the border with Tajikistan
The Afghan National Resistance Forces announced their readiness to negotiate with representatives of the Taliban * (the organization is banned in the Russian Federation). Head of the National Congress Party of Afghanistan (the party supports the Afghan resistance) Abdul Latif Pedram believes that Tajikistan can become a platform for such negotiations, from which the resistance forces expect political and humanitarian support.
“Tajikistan is in the center of attention of the Afghan people, this country cannot remain aloof from everything that is happening in the region. Tajikistan should be at the forefront and make important decisions, it can play a decisive role in achieving peace and stability if it takes the initiative, ”
– Pedram is sure.
According to him, it is also necessary to ask for help from the United States, Russia, China, Iran and Pakistan, since the Afghan resistance needs international support. However, even if such support does not follow, “Resistance will not sit idly”…
“We are doing our patriotic duty. Ultimately, it is the Afghan people who must make some kind of decision on how to deal with the Taliban, ”
– said the chairman of the Afghan National Congress Party.
However, Dushanbe is in no hurry to comment on the appeal of the Afghan resistance.
Meanwhile, the Taliban continue to pull troops into the border provinces, including on the border with Tajikistan. We are talking about special forces units that arrived in the provinces of Takhar and Badakhshan.
As reported Satellite Tajikistan, the main forces of the Taliban special forces are members of foreign terrorist organizations, as well as representatives of the police who have gone over to the side of the Taliban. All of them, by the way, are wearing uniforms that previously belonged to the Ministry of Internal Security of Afghanistan.
On Wednesday, October 6, Russian troops from the 201st Russian military base stationed in Tajikistan arrived at the Harb-Maidon and Momirak training grounds, located near the Afghan border. Large-scale military exercises of the Collective Security Treaty Organization (CSTO) are beginning in the region, in which the military contingents of the CSTO member states will take part. In total, more than 2,700 military personnel and about 500 units of military equipment will be involved.
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Photo: Afghan resistance fighters, source – Riafan.
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