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Afghan Government condemns the Taliban’s Attack on UNAMA office

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Kabul, 31 July 2021 (TDI): On Saturday, the Taliban armed attack the United Nations Assistance Mission in Afghanistan (UNAMA) office in Herat province.

This was condemned by the Afghan government. By carrying out such acts, the Taliban have elevated the degree of violence to a frightening new level. The continuation of such acts will jeopardize the activities of international organizations in the country.

The Taliban’s unparalleled surge in violence and continued war crimes illustrate their disregard for international law and duties.

The Afghan government urges the international community and organizations to hold the Taliban accountable for their war crimes and violations of international humanitarian law. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Afghanistan further urges the international community to apply the necessary pressure on the Taliban to put an end to the slaughter and war crimes.

With growing violence, there is unrest amongst the Afghan authorities, civilians, and the international community.

The violence is also on the rise as the US withdrawal date is coming. President Biden and the administration is determined to move ahead with the plans to withdraw troops from the Afghan soil. There is an urge to end the long war.

Taliban have increased their surge and strikes. This is alarming for the International organizations and foreign staff based in Kabul.

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