According to local officials quoted by local media in Afghanistan, on February 3, local time, two security-targeting occurred in Sar-e Pol Province in northern Afghanistan and Oruzgan Province in southwest Afghanistan.
Armed and car bomb attacks at troop checkpoints have now killed at least 10 members of the security forces and injured 11 others.
Local officials said that at least six Taliban members were also killed in the attack.
So far, the Taliban have not responded to this. Over the past few days, the security situation in Afghanistan has deteriorated, and lethal attacks and high-profile assassinations against government officials and security forces have increased.
In the three days since February 1 alone, there have been a total of seven bombing attacks in Kabul, the capital of Afghanistan, killing at least five people and injuring 10 civilians.
Negotiations between the Afghan government and the Taliban began in Qatar on September 12, 2020.
Recently, due to serious differences, the progress of negotiations has been slow, and the conflict between the two sides has not stopped.