1 min read
11 May
The Independent Human Rights Commission of Afghanistan has welcomed the announcement of a three-day ceasefire by the Taliban to coincide with Eid al-Fitr and the acknowledgment of it by the Afghan government. He has said that he reiterates the request of the Afghan people to establish a permanent ceasefire and intensify efforts to achieve a just and sustainable peace.
Two days ago, the Taliban group announced a ceasefire during the days of Eid al-Fitr and asked its fighters to stop their aggressive attacks during this period and defend themselves against the attacks of government forces. The Taliban group has also instructed its fighters that during the three days of ceasefire refrain from going to the areas under the control of the government and do not allow the government-affiliated security forces to enter the areas under their control. One day after that, the presidential palace announced that the government of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan has refused to declare a ceasefire during the days of Eid al-Fitr by The Taliban is aware.

In the announcement of the Citadel, in response to the announcement of this ceasefire, the Taliban has been asked to obey the rightful demand of the people for a permanent ceasefire and return to the negotiating table. And public places are not allowed in Sharia, not only on Eid days, but on any day.

Previously, the Afghan Human Rights Commission had said in a statement that the Afghan government is obliged to protect the population at risk of war crimes, crimes against humanity, ethnic cleansing or genocide according to international humanitarian laws and international human rights.

Mahshid Yousufi
* The email will not be published on the website.
our services are currently unavailable

We apologize for the inconvenience, but our services are currently unavailable. .از شما پوزش می‌خواهیم، خدمات ما در حال حاضر قابل دسترس نیست