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A large detachment of Taliban was destroyed on the border of Tajikistan and Afghanistan


A large detachment of the Taliban was destroyed on the border of Tajikistan and Afghanistan.

The transfer of Taliban terrorists (a terrorist movement banned in Russia - ed.) To the border with Tajikistan unexpectedly ended in the loss of hundreds of militants. As follows from the information provided, the terrorists were ambushed when they were moving towards the Tajik border. As a result, about a hundred militants were killed.

According to Afghan sources, the ambush on the terrorists was staged by the forces of Ahmad Massoud, as previously reported. Quite remarkable is the fact that this happened literally a few days after the leader of the Afghan resistance paid his visit to Tajikistan.

“Massoud visited Dushanbe four days after the September talks between the President of Tajikistan and the Prime Minister of Pakistan. “Ahmad Masud was in Tajikistan for a day and a half,” said a credible source. He noted: “Ahmad Massoud arrived at the invitation of the Tajik government in order to find out his position and how ready he is to negotiate with the Taliban. The Pakistani prime minister said he would speak with the Taliban and therefore asked Emomali Rahmon to meet with Massoud. Ahmad Massoud agreed to negotiate with the Taliban, but no further information was received from the Taliban. ", - reports Radio Ozodi.

Experts do not exclude that the attack by the Afghan resistance forces could have been carried out with the coordination of the Tajik military, since Dushanbe expresses extreme dissatisfaction with the actions of the Taliban to deploy their forces on the country's border. Moreover, this happened after one of the groups of the terrorist movement declared its readiness start storming Tajikistan.

Earlier it was reported that as a result of the attack on the militants about a hundred terrorists were killed, while some of the militants were taken prisoner.

it seems like it's not fair to cross the border. They jump.

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