Taliban calls on all parties to remain committed to Doha agreement
The Taliban movement, which defines itself as the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan, has issued a statement regarding the current political situation and allegations.
“A number of parties have alleged that the Islamic Emirate is not complying with its obligations outlined in the Doha agreement, and moreover, some sides and anti-peace figures are exerting efforts to prolong the stay of foreign forces and extend the occupation,” the Taliban said.
Taliban went on to say: “The Islamic Emirate once again calls on all parties to remain committed to their obligations instead of resorting to propaganda, provocations, baseless accusations and promoting an atmosphere of distrust. Our faith does not allow us to violate our agreements, therefore no one should be apprehensive about us, rather they should focus on implementing their own commitments.”
“Our message to the upcoming NATO ministerial meeting is that the continuation of occupation and war is neither in your interest nor in the interest of us and our people.”
“Anyone seeking an extension of wars and occupation will be held liable for it just like the previous two decades. The Afghan Mujahid nation considers defense of their homeland, values, and freedom their legitimate right and takes pride in it. Hence, all must avoid misjudging the situation or falling for the trappings of warmongering circles,” the group concluded.