The Taliban will not be able to resist public resistance, political leaders say

KABUL: Afghan political leaders have formed a group to negotiate with the Taliban.

According to the news agency, Afghan leaders formed a group to negotiate with the Taliban, including members who have resisted the Taliban in the past. The group also includes two regional strongmen, Rashid Dostum and Atta Mohammad Noor.

According to the report, the group of political leaders intends to meet with the new government of Afghanistan in the coming weeks.

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In an interview with the news agency from an undisclosed location, Ata Noor, the 27-year-old son of Atta Mohammad Noor, the former governor of Balkh province, said: “We are collectively prioritizing dialogue. ‘

“The country’s traditional powers are back on the field. Negotiations are intended, but there is a risk of failure. If that happens, our group will put up armed resistance,” he said.

“We want a positive dialogue with the Taliban because the Taliban will not be able to resist public resistance,” Atta Noor said.


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