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The Taliban deny that their released militiamen have returned to the battlefield in Afghanistan

The Taliban rejected government allegations earlier this Sunday that some insurgents released before the peace process began returning to the battlefield and denouncing security forces’ operations against them by the armed forces. of security.

“The liberated prisoners of the Islamic Emirate have been ordered to stay at home and not return to the battlefield. They have strictly followed them,” said Suhail Shahin, spokesman for the Qatar Taliban political office, Suhail Shahin account on the Twitter social network.

He criticized the fact that “despite all the raids, the Kabul government secret services arrested and detained them,” prompting the government to “put an end to these violations and provocative actions.” . “Otherwise, the administration is responsible for the consequences,” he warned.

The Taliban deny that their released militiamen have returned to the battlefield in Afghanistan
The Taliban deny that their released militiamen have returned to the battlefield in Afghanistan

The Afghan National Security Council on Thursday denounced that several of the Taliban who had recently been released following the release have returned, in violation of agreed commitments.

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