The Afghan Foreign Ministry says the chairman of the Afghan Reconciliation Council (HCNR), Dr. Abdullah Abdullah, has said that Taliban attacks in Afghanistan are a war crime and a violation of human rights.
The statement of the Afghan Foreign Ministry came out regarding the ongoing Troika meeting in Doha, the capital of Qatar.
According to the statement, Abdullah stressed the need for an immediate ceasefire and meaningful negotiations for a political agreement.
A statement from the Afghan Foreign Ministry said that the Afghan delegation in Doha presented the demands of the Afghan people and government at a wider Troika meeting.
The head of the Afghan delegation has called on Trika member states and the international community.
The statement called on Troika member states and the international community to take serious steps to stop Taliban attacks.
The Afghan Foreign Ministry said in a statement that the Taliban’s joint attacks with regional and international terrorists would lead to a humanitarian catastrophe and spread the war.
In a statement, the Afghan Foreign Ministry said that Taliban attacks threaten to escalate violent extremism in the region, adding that Taliban attacks are a serious and irreparable threat to the collective security of the region.
The Afghan Foreign Ministry added in its statement that stopping Taliban violence and crimes is in the interest not only of Afghanistan but of the entire world.
In a statement issued from Kabul, the Afghan Foreign Ministry also said that stopping Taliban violence and crimes was in the interests of regional countries in particular.