On the eve of the first anniversary of the end of the NATO combat mission in Afghanistan, US officials say they are not happy with the current situation, arguing that the Taliban has gained ground in the country.
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US officials said the Taliban has seized many parts of Afghanistan in the past year – the most since their regime was toppled in 2001.
Afghan officials meanwhile expressed their concerns over an increasing threat from militants but said insurgents have not been able to reach their goals this past year.
Afghan security officials also believe that the war on terror has become more complex and terrorists are better equipped than they were in the past.
In this episode of TAWDE KHABARE, host Shapoor Bakhtiyar discusses the topic with the following guests:
• Najibullah Manali, political analyst
• Gul Pachah Majidi, MP
• Zahir Sadaat, MP
• Ahmad Sayede, political analyst