Last minute … Last situation in Afghanistan: Insurgent claims that “we have killed dozens of Taliban militants”!

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With the withdrawal of US troops from the country, an era in Afghanistan came to an end.

The Penjshir is the only region that the Taliban, who have seized power in many parts of the country, including the capital Kail, have not been able to hold.

New images and news continue to arrive from the Punjshir, located about 160 kilometers from Kabul, where the anti-Taliban coalition is assembled.

In the latest images taken by the international news agency AFP, we see that the insurgents patrol the Penchir valley and await the fully equipped Taliban militants.

After the declaration of “encirclement” by the Taliban, there were fears that there would be conflicts in the region. According to information published in the British newspaper Daily Mail, it was feared.

The National Resistance Front (NRF), which has vowed to defend the region against the Taliban, announced that dozens of Taliban militants have been killed.

According to information recently released by Afghanistan-based TOLO News, the Taliban, who wanted to prevent resistance from growing, targeted an outpost here, but were pushed back by resistance forces.

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The leader of the resistance movement gathered in Penjşir includes Yar Dostum, son of Raşid Dostum of Uzbek origin, and Emrullah Salih, who declared himself interim president after President Ghani’s flight.

THE TALIBAN PROCESS TO DOMINATE AFGHANISTAN

As part of the peace agreement reached between the United States and the Taliban in February 2020, the process of withdrawing international forces from Afghanistan began this year.

While the agreement stipulated not to attack foreign forces, it did not provide for the actions of the Taliban against the Afghan security forces.

Continuing negotiations with the Afghan government in Doha, the Taliban have simultaneously dominated many districts and provincial centers in Afghanistan with heavy attacks since June.

Besieging the capital Kabul, the Taliban seized control of the city without conflict after President Ashraf Ghani left the country on August 15.

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