The President of Afghanistan emphasized at the meeting of military commanders that the government is proceeding with strong tact and will be in direct negotiations with the Taliban.

Iran Press/Asia: Ashraf Ghani said on Sunday: "The Afghan government will continue peace talks between Afghans and the Taliban in Qatar until the end of the war and lasting and dignified peace is achieved in this country."

According to him, the current peace process should yield results that take into account the wishes of all Afghan people and preserve the achievements of the past 19 years.

Negotiations between the Afghan government and the Taliban to end the war and conflict in the country began yesterday Saturday in the Qatari capital Doha.

Meanwhile, dozens of villages fall in Takhar province of Afghanistan fell to the Taliban's forces.

According to AVA news agency, the commander of popular uprisings in Khwaja Bahauddin district of Takhar today, Sunday 13 September said that after a week of fighting in Khwaja Bahauddin and Yangi Qala counties, 35 villages in the two counties came under the control of the Taliban.

According to Malik Ahmad Tatar, Laleh Gozar village of Khajeh Bahauddin city, his residence and the last stronghold of the defense forces, also fell to the Taliban this morning.

He did not mention the casualties of Afghan government forces and the Taliban in the attacks.

Taliban attacks have intensified since Saturday, coinciding with peace talks in Qatar.

Earlier The head of Afghanistan's Supreme National Reconciliation Council told at a meeting in Qatar that the country's problems would not be resolved soon.


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