Taliban defeat Afghan insurgency and already control the entire country

The Taliban notified the West on Monday that they already have absolute control of the entire territory of Afghanistan, after ensuring that they took control of the Panshir valley.

There was expectation about this specific area about its future, since the head of the local resistance, Ahmad Masud |, called eight days ago to “rise up” against the new regime and was facing

nting the Taliban outpost in your area.

The mountainous Panshir Valley is very close to Kabul, the Afghan capital, so it had become a point of honor for the Taliban to gain control of that territory.

“With this victory, our country came completely out of the quagmire of war. People will now live in freedom, peace and prosperity, “said the main spokesman for the Islamist movement, Zabihullah Mujahid, through a statement released this Monday.

The resistance group is called the National Resistance Front (FNR), and despite the Taliban announcement of having full control, there is information among the population that realizes that they still retain “strategic positions” in the area and that they will “continue” with your fight.

In any case, in a press conference in Kabul, the Taliban spokesman also called – in the face of new insurgency attempts – former members of the armed forces to join the troops of his regime.

“The Islamic Emirate is very sensitive to insurgencies. Anyone who tries to start an insurgency will be firmly attacked. We will not allow another, ”he warned.

Images posted on social media showed the Taliban at the Panshir province governor’s offices and flags of the Islamist movement waving everywhere.

After the fall of Kabul, on August 15, the forces opposed to the new authorities formed the FNR in Panshir, a region that had not fallen either during the Soviet occupation – in the 1980s – or during the first Taliban government. (1996-2001).

On the night of Sunday to Monday, the FNR had recognized heavy casualties in fighting over the weekend and called for a ceasefire.

In this, they tacitly received support from Iran, a country that has a wide border with Afghanistan, whose government “firmly” condemned the Taliban offensive against the Panshir Valley on Monday.

The Taliban are still working on making up their government three weeks after entering Kabul. Its announcement was scheduled last weekend, but it is waiting

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