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The world is trying to overcome the shock of the fall of Afghanistan under Taliban control in just 10 days.
The Taliban, who entered the capital Kabul on Sunday, effectively took control of Afghanistan. As President Ghani fled abroad, new news continues to arrive from the resistance movement in the country.
We know that the anti-Taliban coalition gathered in the province of Panjshir, located about 160 kilometers from Kabul.
Official confirmation about this came from Russia. Russian Foreign Minister Lavrov confirmed the start of armed resistance in Afghanistan.
Russia has also confirmed that the resistance movement is led by Vice President Amrullah Salih and Ahmed Massoud, the 32-year-old son of Ahmed Shah Massoud, known as the “Lion of Panjshir”.
It is specified that the last order of the Afghan government, which lost the administration to the benefit of the Taliban, was to move many heavy weapons to this province.
According to information from the British Daily Mail, the greatest force in the hands of the resistance are the Afghan commandos. It is specified that this team was specially trained by the British forces of the SAS.
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According to the same news, these soldiers, who were allegedly trained by the SAS, are the best fighters available in the country and are trying to keep the line against the Taliban.
Stressing that the Taliban was afraid of these well-trained units in the British media, the analogy was made as “the frightening hypocrisy of the Taliban”.
In addition, images from the region show that the resistance movement has a large amount of military equipment.
Vice President Amrullah Saleh had triggered resistance against the Taliban in recent days.
Declaring himself interim president after President Ghani fled the country, Saleh settled in Panjshir province and challenged the Taliban, so to speak.
Saleh said he would not surrender to the Taliban and vowed to fight. Salih made the following statements in his written statement on his Twitter account;
“I will not disappoint the millions of people who listen to me. I will never be under the same roof as the Taliban again. NEVER.’
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