Kabul, April 6 Afghan police said on the 6th that a police car was shot by militants on the outskirts of the capital Kabul that day, killing one policeman and injuring one policeman.
Ferdows Faramaz, spokesman of Kabul City Police Department, issued a statement on the same day that at the time of the incident, several unidentified armed elements opened fire on a police car, killing one police officer on the spot and injuring another.
At present, no organization or individual claims to have caused the attack.
Attacks on army soldiers occurred in Kabul on the 4th and 5th, killing 5 soldiers and injuring more than 10 others.
The Afghan government and the Taliban launched peace talks in Qatar in September 2020, which progressed slowly due to their huge differences. Taliban forces frequently attack the army, police, officials and government agencies, and the government has not relaxed its fight against the Taliban.
On the 4th of this month, the Afghan Ministry of Defense issued a statement saying that the Afghan government forces have killed a total of 157 Taliban militants in the past 24 hours. In response, the Taliban issued a statement saying that the government has recently launched a large-scale military offensive against the Taliban, and that if the government’s military operations continue, the Taliban will take retaliation.