the fall of The government in Kabul is, after months of beige, but the violence in the country is increasing. The conflict threatens to escalate?
Kabul (Reuters) - In a series of attacks in Afghanistan, once again, plenty of people have been killed. In the case of a suspected Taliban attack on checkpoints in the Northern province of Tachar at least nine government had been killed in the night's loyal police, said two of the province's politicians on Wednesday.
On Tuesday evening killed by Unknown eleven believers in two attacks in mosques. In the province of Parwan attackers surprised a group during the daily fast-breaking and shot dead at least eight people. The interior Ministry made the militant Islamic Taliban responsible for the group, but denied the fact. In the province of Chost were killed in a similar attack, three people and a child injured.
In the neighboring province of Kunduz, Afghan security forces fought back in the night to Tuesday a complex Taliban attack on numerous targets around the provincial capital. According to the interior Ministry, dozens of Taliban fighters were killed. The Bundeswehr base was not affected, according to the operational command.
In the district of Tschahardara of Kunduz province was destroyed on Monday an ambulance by an air strike for the most part, such as Ehsanullah Fasli, head of the health Department in the province said. "It was a state institution, but its services were carried out by an aid organization in the district." Eight people were injured. The Taliban had been regularly treated because the outpatient center was open for all. Provincial politicians had initially denied that it was a clinic.
After a series of attacks in the Afghan armed forces are again on the Offensive, the Taliban interpreted this as a Declaration of war. On Tuesday, the UN Mission called on in Afghanistan again, a ceasefire and the reduction of violence. A number of international actors welcomed that the political crisis was settled in Kabul after months of beige. They were also concerned about the ongoing violence and its impact on planned peace negotiations.
On 29. February under the US signed with the Taliban an agreement providing for a gradual withdrawal of international troops. The government in Kabul was not involved in that, because the Taliban had rejected direct talks with her. The Deal provides for a prisoner exchange and to pave the way for peace talks.Updated Date: 22 May 2020, 03:36