Kabul-Afghanistan (PMG):

Reporter: Imran Khorasani

Increasing of Taliban attacks during the holy month of Ramadan has raised Afghan Citizens concerns, as far as the government called for a ceasefire before the Ramadan arrived, but in response to this Government proposal Taliban, announced that the battle would continue because this month is blissful and war would have more rewarded in this month more than any other time. In the most recent case, four days ago, the Taliban targeted the Counterpart Office, funded by the US Embassy, in which 15 civilians and military men were killed and 25 others were wounded.

Today, the ambassador to the United States warns that the Taliban have no desire for a peace process. The US diplomat in Kabul has stated: “The Taliban are never ready to provide peace in the country, but this group, despite the fact that it is negotiating with the American delegation in Qatar, is seeing this effort There has also not been much progress in the Taliban, and the Taliban have not shown any seriousness for dialogue with the Afghan government.”

In response to Taliban attacks, the Afghan government has also ordered the security forces to restrain any movement of the Taliban militants and, as long as the commander of the Kandahar police commanded his subordinates, will seek mercy in the sense of persecuting the people.

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