Taliban resistance fights resumed in Afghanistan

In the Afghan province of Baghlan, hostilities have resumed between the Taliban (a terrorist movement, banned in the Russian Federation) and fighters of the National Resistance Front. This is reported by TASS with reference to a source close to the militia.

He said that the fighting began this morning in the Andarab valley of Baghlan.

“Taking losses, the Taliban fighters were forced to retreat from the area,” the source said. According to him, now the clashes continue.

After the capture of Kabul by the Taliban, forces that did not agree with their authority organized the National Resistance Front in Baghlan and Panjshir. It was headed by Ahmad Masud and Amrullah Saleh.

On September 12, Taliban spokesman Zabihullah Mujahid announced that Panjshir was captured and the entire territory of Afghanistan came under the control of the movement. However, Massoud denied this information. He noted that the confrontation with the Taliban continues and called on the residents of the country for a nationwide uprising. The militias announced that they were switching to guerrilla warfare tactics.

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