Bomb Attack In Afghanistan: 3 dead, 12 injured
3 security guards lost their lives and 12 security guards were injured in a bomb attack in Kabul, the capital city of Afghanistan. The Kabul Police Department spokesman Ferdevs Faramarz said that an attack was carried out on a military vehicle with a bomb-laden vehicle in the Pagman district of Kabul.
Faramarz reported that 3 security guards lost their lives and 12 security guards were injured in the attack.
No one has claimed responsibility for the attack yet.
Journalists, activists, religious scholars, public officials and security forces are the targets of armed attacks, which have started to increase in the country in recent years.
The Afghan government blames the Taliban for these attacks. The Taliban argues that it has no connection with the attacks.
USA and Taliban
The US signed a peace agreement with the Taliban in Doha on February 29, 2020.
Acting without consulting with its allies, which have troops in Afghanistan, the US promised the Taliban that all foreign forces would withdraw by May 1, 2021.
Although the Taliban pledged not to attack foreign forces, actions against Afghan security forces remained outside the agreement. The Taliban and Afghan administration mutually released thousands of people.
The parties agreed on the procedure and method in January for the negotiation of the final agreement. The Kabul administration firstly demands a comprehensive ceasefire from the Taliban and rejects the request for a transitional government.
The Taliban also wants the United States to fulfill its commitment to get off the lists of terrorist organizations.
The United States recently proposed on March 8, within 90 days, to reduce violence and establish a transitional government between the parties.
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