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World Afghanistan. The Taliban controls 90% of the borders

22:00  22 july  2021
22:00  22 july  2021 Source:   ouest-france.fr

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90% of Afghan borders are controlled by the Taliban, indicated a representative to the Russian news agencies. This control is part of the context of a Talibane offensive to push the withdrawal of foreign forces.

The Talibans control 90% of the borders of the Afghanistan , where they carry out an offensive to the withdrawal of the foreign forces, said Thursday a representative to the Russian news agencies, without these statements can be verified. independent way.

"The borders of Afghanistan with Tajikistan, Uzbekistan, Turkmenistan, Iran, about 90% of borders are under our control" , "said Zabioulla Moudjakhed at the RIA Novosti Public Agency.

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The Taliban since May have an all-round offensive against Afghan forces, at the moment when international forces organize operations with a view to their final withdrawal from the country, scheduled to end at the end of August.

They have since seized vast parties from rural territories, as well as several key border posts, and encircle big cities.

deprived of the Crucial American support, Afghan forces opposed a low resistance and no longer control for provincial capitals and major axes.

85% of the boundaries controlled on July 9th

On July 9th, a Taliban delegation, present in Moscow had announced more than 85% of the territory of Afghanistan. A figure challenged by the government and impossible to check independently.

The Talibane offensive worries in any case the border countries, and in the first place the Tajikistan which shares with Afghanistan more than 1,200 kilometers from borders.

This authoritarian country of Central Asia mobilized Thursday the entire army for a surprise exercise of combat preparation, a first. Joint military exercises with Russia and Uzbekistan are forecast in August, at the Afghan border.

Afghanistan: Women again under stress in areas taken by the Taliban .
© - Mariam Zuhaib Women in Burqa walk in a street in Kabul, the first day of Ramadan, May 13, 2021. The Taliban control more than half of the territory. They have been chaining the military victories for several months with their offensives against Afghan security forces. In Doha, Qatar, the discussions skate between the Taliban delegation and that of the Afghan government.

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