The UN Assistance Mission in Afghanistan (UNAMA) called for a ceasefire in the upcoming Eid al-Adha and urged the Afghan government and the Taliban to hold talks as soon as possible.
On Thursday, UNAMA tweeted a statement from their head Deborah Lyons, that it was time for both sides to bring peace in Afghanistan.
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“For the good of all Afghanistan it’s time for both sides to lower levels of violence, release the necessary prisoners, call a halt to fighting over next week’s Eid and start talks immediately afterwards.”
The UNAMA statement further said that at a time when Afghans should be together, discussing peace in intra-Afghan negotiations, there is a “spiralling cycle of violence.”
“Terrible numbers of Afghans from all walks of life being killed or injured,” it said.
They said that the attacks in civilian-populated areas, including ground engagements, airstrikes and IEDs are inflicting an “appalling toll” on Afghans, with a disproportionate impact on women and children.