Ground Report | New Delhi: Taliban Ukraine-Russia war; The ruling Taliban in Afghanistan has issued a statement on the situation in Ukraine. The statement said that Afghanistan is monitoring the situation in Ukraine and is concerned about the possible loss of civilian lives.
“The Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan is closely monitoring the situation in Ukraine and expresses concern about real possibility of civilian casualties,” the statement, which the Taliban government spokesman Abdul Qahar Balkhi posted on Twitter, began. “The Islamic Emirate calls for restraint by both parties. All sides need to desist from taking positions that could intensify violence.”
According to the statement- Afghanistan appeals to both sides for restraint. All parties should refrain from such steps which may increase violence.
The group said its foreign policy is to remain neutral. Urging both sides of the conflict to ensure the safety of Afghan students in Ukraine, it asked the two countries to “resolve the crisis through dialogue and peaceful means.”
Afghanistan has appealed to all concerned to pay attention to protecting the lives of Afghan citizens and expatriates living in Ukraine.
The Taliban say the Ukraine crisis should be resolved through ‘dialogue and peaceful means’. The Taliban. Less than a year after blitzing through Afghanistan and toppling the government in Kabul, the Taliban are calling on Russia and Ukraine to show ‘restraint’.
Russian President Vladimir Putin recently recognized two areas controlled by Ukrainian separatists as independent territory and then decided to send troops to eastern Ukraine. After this, fighting started in Ukraine on Thursday. Russian army is attacking many parts of Ukraine. Ukraine says that 137 of its people have been killed so far. Ukraine has also claimed the death of Russian soldiers in retaliation.