خروج شوروی از افغانستان

sharply criticizes Qatar stalemate and commemoration of the 32nd anniversary of Red Army withdrawal

Reporter: Shakib Zahir

Photographer: Mohammad Nabi Karimi

26 Dalwa (14/Feb/20201), equal to the 32nd anniversary of the Red Army’s withdrawal from Afghanistan, 32 years before this day, the Soviet rule in collusion with a number of their supporters in Afghanistan, entered the country intending to occupy this land. However, the people’s intense struggle against this aggression paid off in 26 Aquarius, and the invading and defeated Soviet-era invading forces left Afghanistan.

Several parties are now attending the Intercontinental Hotel to mark the 32nd anniversary of the defeat and withdrawal of the Soviet Red Army from Afghanistan, but the focus of the meeting is the Taliban’s return to the peace talks and the ceasefire. Which is considered a permanent solution in the country.

بزرگداشت از خروج شوری در افغانستان

Mohammad Yunus Qanuni, former Vice President Karzai and member of the leadership of the Jamiat-e-Islami Party of Afghanistan, commemorated the 32nd anniversary of the defeat and withdrawal of the Soviet Red Army from Afghanistan by the Jamiat-e-Islami Party of Afghanistan today. “The withdrawal of the Soviet Red Army from Afghanistan has been interpreted,” he said. “The Soviet Red Army did not leave Afghanistan at their request, and they were forcibly expelled from Afghanistan by Mujahideen groups.”

The former Vice President of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan considered the Taliban’s enmity with the Republic as a lack of consensus and a comprehensive view: “After the Red Army’s expulsion from Afghanistan, the Mujahideen groups could not form a broad consensus among themselves to benefit everyone. Be the people of Afghanistan. “We want a comprehensive consensus between the various groups in the country, and this consensus can bring us closer to a comprehensive peace in Afghanistan.”

“Russia did not invade Afghanistan to take control of it. The Soviet Red Army invaded Afghanistan and wanted to occupy it completely, and then Pakistan, India, and other countries,” he said. “They invaded the area, but the Afghan Mujahideen did not allow them to do so, and they left Afghanistan and returned to Russia.”

Meanwhile, Sayyid Enayatullah Shadab, chairman of the Jamiat-e-Islami Party of Afghanistan, called on the Taliban in Qatar to return to the negotiating table and discuss peace in Afghanistan to lose peace in Afghanistan can be restored. “The Taliban are Afghans, and the Republicans are Afghans. We call on our Taliban brothers to put aside their anger and violence and return to the negotiating peace table so that Afghanistan can take a step closer to peace in the country,” Mr. Shadab said.

The commemoration of the 32nd withdrawal of the Soviet Red Army from Afghanistan in Kabul is being commemorated as peace talks between the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan and the Taliban in Qatar have stalled, and violence in the capital provinces has escalated.