134 Taliban fighters killed and wounded in the past 24 hours

Afghanistan Mohammaddin Agharkhilمحمدالدین آغرخیل Saturday April 10th, 2021 0 Views

The country’s security officials report heavy casualties of Taliban fighters by the country’s security forces in the last 24 hours in eight provinces of the country.

The Ministry of National Defense (MoD) wrote in a newsletter on Saturday (April 14, 2021): “At least 95 people have been killed in the past 24 hours in Baghlan, Takhar, Balkh, Badakhshan, Ghazni, Uruzgan, Helmand, and Kandahar provinces. “Taliban insurgents have been killed and 39 other fighters wounded.”

As a result of these operations, 342 mines of various types were planted and destroyed by the Taliban in order to target the security and defense forces of the country.

The ministry’s newsletter also states that a large number of weapons and ammunition and this group were destroyed during the operation.

So far, the Taliban have not told the media about the incident.

Meanwhile, the Istanbul Summit on Afghanistan’s peace talks is scheduled to be held in Turkey in the next few days, during which the future of the country will be discussed. President Ashraf Ghani met with Dr. Abdullah Abdullah, Chairman of the Supreme National Reconciliation Council, to discuss progress in peace talks and preparations for the Istanbul Summit.

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