The United States and its allies have called on the Taliban not to target former Afghan security forces.
The 22-nation joint statement said the Taliban’s Islamic State would keep its promise not to target former government employees and security forces.
“We are deeply concerned about reports of arbitrary killings and disappearances,” the statement said.
Before this Report by Human Rights Watch During the Taliban regime, more than a hundred former security forces were said to be unhindered. The Taliban captured Afghanistan four months ago.
There is the Human Rights Watch 47 ex-security forces Those who surrendered to the Taliban from August 15 to October 31 or were captured by the Taliban. He was later killed.
After seizing power in Afghanistan, the Taliban promised no harm to former government employees and soldiers.
America is one Brief Joint Report It is signed by 19 countries, including the European Union and the United Kingdom.
Concerned about the killings and disappearances in Afghanistan, these countries have called for a serious investigation.
“We will continue to rule on the actions of the Taliban,” the statement said.
Earlier human rights reports also accused the Taliban of committing indiscriminate killings. There have been several incidents where the Taliban have acted against their promises.
Amnesty International issued a statement in August this year. On August 30, Amnesty learned that the Taliban About three hundred fighters On August 30, Dahani reached Gul village. Here lived the families of ex-servicemen.
The report said that nine soldiers who surrendered to the Taliban were shot dead. Two more soldiers were killed in the fighting and two civilians were killed in the ensuing clash. Among those killed was a 17-year-old girl.
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