Opposition Group Urges International Community to Support Decentralised Afghan Government

Friday, 09/09/2022

The Supreme Council of National Resistance for the Salvation of Afghanistan urged the international community to support the formation of a legitimate government in the country.

The council in a statement called the Taliban a terrorist group that rules Afghanistan.

In a statement on the 21st anniversary of the assassination of Ahmad Shah Massoud, the national hero of Afghanistan, the council stressed that Afghans’ fight for their rights must be supported.

The council has addressed the international community and said that in the absence of a legitimate, decentralised, and inclusive government, the prospect of the Taliban rule will be dark and will spread terrorism in the region and across the globe.

Atta Mohammad Noor, a member of the Supreme Council of National Resistance for the Salvation of Afghanistan, has published the statement.

Other members of this council include former vice-president Marshal Abdul Rashid Dostum; Hazara leader Mohammad Mohaqiq; anti-Taliban Jihadi leader Abdul Rab Rasool Sayyaf; former speaker of Afghan Lower House of Parliament Mir Rahman Rahmani; former Foreign Minister Salahuddin Rabbani; jihadi leader Ismail Khan and some other political figures of Afghanistan.

This council had previously asked the Taliban to negotiate with them regarding ruling Afghanistan. The Taliban did not respond to these demands of the council.

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