The Taliban announced a three-day ceasefire on Wednesday during the victim festival, which starts this Thursday, despite warning that the security forces from Afghanistan will “react decisively” to any group operation against the group.
“In order for our compatriots to spend the days and nights of Eid al Adha in greater security and joy, the mujahideen must stop offensive operations against enemy forces during the three days and nights of Eid al Adha,” the group said in a statement.
In it, he emphasized that “if the opposition makes an attack, it will get a firm response” before adding that “all Mujahideen are informed that no one is allowed to enter enemy-controlled areas.” .
“Nor can opposition elements penetrate our areas. Take an oath in your areas and guarantee a peaceful and safe environment for the general public,” said the statement of the insurgent’s spokesman, Zabihulá Muyahid, about his areas Social network account Twitter.