NRF Attacked Kabul Airport, 28 Other Targets Last Quarter, Confirms UN Secretary General

Friday, 06/21/2024

UN Secretary-General António Guterres announced that the National Resistance Front (NRF) has carried out a total of 29 attacks on Taliban forces in the past three months.

Among these, 20 attacks were in Kabul, six in Takhar, two in Baghlan, and one in Parwan.

According to the report, the NRF managed to attack the military facilities at Kabul Airport during this period. The UN revealed that "three rockets were fired at a helicopter upon entry, but there were no casualties or damage”.

Guterres also confirmed that the Afghanistan Freedom Front launched 14 attacks on the Taliban in Kabul over the past three months.

He noted that the attacks by the Afghanistan Freedom Front have decreased compared to the previous three months, during which 24 attacks were carried out.

The UN report indicates that both military fronts opposing the Taliban have used "hit-and-run" tactics against Taliban forces. They employed grenades in 22 instances and improvised explosive devices in seven cases to target the Taliban.

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