The Taliban have announced that they have released 53 Afghan soldiers and police officers as part of the prisoner exchange agreed in the Doha Peace Agreement in the past 48 hours, which has not prevented the Afghan government from announcing that it will be temporarily suspended Monday of the process because the militiamen are not doing their part as quickly as the executive.
“As part of the prisoner-release process, the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan released 53 prisoners from Kabul administration in Faryab and Badghis provinces yesterday and today,” said Suhail Saheen, spokesman for the Taliban delegation to Qatar. “They received clothing and 5,000 Afghans for transportation,” he added.
Despite this announcement, the Afghan government has decided to suspend the liberation process from Monday, believing that the militiamen are not making a contribution to each other since the executive has already handed over a thousand insurgents and the insurgents.The Taliban have barely released 100 prisoners .
The Afghan government has made it clear that it will not resume the process of prisoner release until the Taliban has released 200 Afghan police and military personnel. According to Javid Faisal, spokesman for the National Security Council, the Taliban has released 105 prisoners so far.