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Islamic radicals accuse the US of violating the terms of the Doha peace agreement

KABUL, (BM) – A list of 50 attacks by the Afghan and American security forces against the radicals after the signing of the Doha peace agreement was distributed by the Taliban on April 19, learned BulgarianMilitary.com.

According to a three-page document, from March 9 to April 10, Taliban were attacked by 33 drones and airstrikes in 19 provinces of Afghanistan. In addition, nine attacks using missiles and mortar shells, as well as eight night raids, appear on the list.

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According to the radicals, over this period they lost 35 militants in 17 incidents out of those cited in the document. In addition, representatives of the movement accuse foreign forces of killing 65 civilians in 33 incidents.

According to the document, 12 attacks occurred in the province of Zabul, five in Maidan-Wardak, four in Kunduz, four in Kandahar, three in Helmand, Kapis, Lagman, Badakhshan and two in Uruzgan and Farah. In addition, one attack occurred in the provinces of Paktika, Paktia, Ghazni, Logar, Badghis, Javzyan, Baghlan, Tahar and Nangarhar.

General Scott Miller, the commander of US forces in Afghanistan, said in response to the allegations that “all parties, but especially the Taliban, must reduce violence so that the political process takes hold.”

Miller’s spokesman, Colonel Sonny Leggett, in turn, said the United States remains committed to the terms of the Taliban agreement. At the same time, according to him, “US-Afghanistan forces, in accordance with the written terms of the agreement, continue to support and protect the security forces of Afghanistan.”

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According to the Minister of Defense of Afghanistan, Asadullah Khalid, the security forces of the country over the past few weeks adhere to the tactics of “active defense”, “to give a chance to the peace process.”We still hope for a transition to a complete ceasefire as soon as possible, but at the same time, Afghan forces are fully prepared to defend themselves and the people,” the newspaper quoted the minister as saying.

Note that according to the agreement signed by the United States and the Taliban on February 29 of this year in Doha, both parties should not attack each other’s military facilities located in Afghanistan. In addition, according to the agreement, the Taliban should not allow other militant groups to operate in areas under their influence.

According to the publication, from the moment of signing the agreement to the past week, the radicals carried out 2162 attacks. During the same period, Afghan security forces and NATO forces conducted 425 military operations against the Taliban.

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