Kabul, February 8 Afghan military sources said on the 8th that the Afghan Air Force carried out air strikes on Taliban camps in northern Faryab Province on the 7th, killing at least six militants.
Hanif Rezay, spokesman of the local government army, told Xinhua News Agency that the air strike destroyed two command centers of the militants, destroyed at least six militants, and injured another 14 militants.
So far, the Taliban has not responded to this.
In recent years, the Taliban have tried to expand their territory and consolidate their influence in Faryab Province, where the Afghan government forces and the Taliban have been in constant conflict.
The Afghan government’s negotiations with the Taliban began in Qatar on September 12, 2020, trying to find a political solution to the situation in Afghanistan.
However, due to the serious differences, the progress of the negotiations has been slow, and the conflict between the two sides has not stopped.