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14.5.2020 Russia reacts to President Ghani’s order to Afghan forces for offensive operations
Moscow reacted to President Mohammad Ashraf Ghani’s latest order to the
Afghan forces in which he ordered the national defense and security forces
to resume offensive operations against the militants, including Taliban.

Russian Special Presidential Envoy for Afghanistan and Director of the
Russian Foreign Ministry’s Second Asia Department Zamir Kabulov told TASS
that President Ghani’s order to launch an offensive against the Taliban
(outlawed in Russia) and the suspension of the release of Taliban
prisoners will halt the process of launching intra-Afghan negotiations

“This is regrettable, because by his actions the head of the Kabul
administration actually stalls the process of moving towards the launch of
intra-Afghan negotiations,” he said, adding that “Such actions clearly
indicate that Kabul is not much interested in the early launch of
intra-Afghan talks,” the diplomat added.

Kabulov stressed that the Taliban’s combat activities against government
forces did not violate the agreements reached by the Taliban and the US in

President Ghani on Tuesday ordered the Afghan forces to go offensive
against the Taliban militants while reacting to the recent deadly attacks
which killed dozens of people.

In a televised speech, Ghani said the Taliban militants have increased
their attacks despite the repeated calls by the Afghan people, the Afghan
government and international community to reduce violence and declare a

Ghani further added that Kabul and Nangarhar once again witnessed attacks
by Taliban and ISIS, which killed or wounded many civilians, children and
security personnel.

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