Resistance force opposing Taliban want amicable solution to end fighting in Panjshir
Kabul, Sep 06: The leader of the Resistance Force opposing the Taliban in Panjshir has said that he is in favour of proposals from religious scholars for a negotiated settlement to end the fighting.
Ahmad Massoud, the head of the National Resistance Front of Afghanistan said that in principle they agree to solve the current problems and put an immediate end to the fighting and continue with negotiations.
"To reach a lasting peace, the NRF is ready to stop fighting on condition that Taliban also stop their attacks and military movements on Panjshir and Andarab," he said.
He also said that a large gathering of all sides with the Ulema council of religious scholars could be held.
The Taliban has however not commented on the developments.
Both sides have made attempts to hold talks on several occasions, but the same have broken down with both parties blaming each other for their failure.