Baghdad The “Taliban” announced that it is besieging the Afghan province of Panjshir and encircling the resistance forces present in it. The Taliban called for a peaceful solution to this crisis.
The movement’s spokesman, Zabihullah Mujahid, said on his account on “Twitter” that the Taliban fighters imposed a siege on the resistance forces in the Afghan province of Panjshir, referring to their call for a peaceful settlement through negotiations.
On Sunday, the “Taliban” movement announced that “hundreds” of its fighters had gone to the mountainous of Panjshir Valley, inhabited by Tajiks and located north of Kabul, amid the refusal of their leader, Ahmed Masoud, to surrender.
For his part, the Afghan military and political leader of Tajik origin, Ahmed Masoud, vowed to resist any attempt by the “Taliban” movement to invade the mountainous province of Panjshir inhabited by Tajiks.
Masoud, who is the son of the late Afghan Tajik leader, Ahmed Shah Masoud, who also fought the “Taliban”, explained that he and his supporters want an inclusive government, stressing that “the world should not support a totalitarian regime.”
Source: National Iraqi News Agency