Taliban reject dialogue with alleged new Afghan political movement

The Taliban movement this Saturday ruled out any kind of dialogue with the so-called High Council of the National Resistance of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan, an alleged group of politicians and mujahideen leaders who intend to become a new interlocutor for the former Afghan authorities.

This organization would consist of historical figures such as former warlord Abdul Rasul Sayaf and former governor of Balkh Atta Mohamed Nur province, with the intention of entering into a dialogue with the Taliban regime before warning that the lack of talks to the armed forces Fight.

Taliban reject dialogue with alleged new Afghan political movement
Taliban reject dialogue with alleged new Afghan political movement

However, other alleged members of the formation, such as the former Afghan Foreign Minister Salahuddin Rabbani, have assured that he has nothing to do with this group, which both Nur and Sayaf announced on Facebook with their names.

In response, Taliban spokesman Zabibul√° Mujahid has recommended that this organization and other groups that want to follow in his footsteps not face the Taliban movement.

“There is no longer any need to make fronts and whoever tries will not get a good result,” warned Mujahid in comments on Afghan news channel Tolo News.

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