As Taliban attacks on city centers intensify, there are now reports from Farah province that the country’s security and defense forces have recaptured the province. A spokesman for the country’s armed forces reportedly said that the country’s security and defense forces could retake control of the province from the Taliban after launching targeted attacks against the Taliban and that the country’s security and defense forces were now moving around the province. Have been replaced. The reports come as the Taliban are now trying to seize Kandahar after seizing Baghlan and Badakhshan.
At the height of the Taliban’s offensive in more than 25 provinces, a spokesman for the Afghan Armed Forces said that Farah province had now fallen back to government forces after heavy fighting. Gen. Omar Shinwari, a spokesman for the country’s armed forces, said: “The Farah governor’s office was recaptured from the Taliban after heavy fighting and the group’s fighters suffered heavy casualties. Farah fell to the security and defense forces again a day later. Is.”
The Taliban reportedly took control of Farah province a day earlier, but the province has regained control of the province in attacks such as the country’s security and defense forces. As the conflict spread across the country, President Ghani has traveled to Mazar-e-Sharif and is expected to meet with several political figures and warlords. The Taliban have seized Takhar, Badakhshan, parts of Kunduz, Baghlan, and parts of Jawzjan. At the same time, the Taliban have expanded their attacks on Kandahar province in the south of the country, and a Taliban spokesman claims in a newsletter that the group has also taken over parts of Kandahar city.
However, the Ministry of National Defense is publishing a newsletter about the resistance and clashes between the country’s security and defense forces. In addition, the Ministry of Defense has reportedly expanded airstrikes on Taliban rallies in recent weeks. Still, Pakistani military and militant support for the Taliban has prevented the country’s security and defense forces from fully defending the cities. At the same time, US President Joe Biden has said he does not regret his decision to withdraw all US troops, and now is the time to mobilize government leadership and politicians to stop the Taliban.