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Afghan Taliban seize Afghanistan's second-largest dam

Taliban win after months of fighting in Kandahar, Dala Dam provides drinking water to the provincial capital Kandahar - Afghan Taliban capt...

Afghan Taliban seize Afghanistan's second-largest dam


Taliban win after months of fighting in Kandahar, Dala Dam provides drinking water to the provincial capital


Kandahar - Afghan Taliban captured Afghanistan's second-largest dam. According to the details, the Afghan Taliban has achieved its greatest success in recent times since the withdrawal of US troops from Afghanistan. According to foreign news agencies, the Afghan Taliban have won after months of fighting in Kandahar.


As a result of the fighting, the Afghan Taliban have seized the country's second-largest dam. It is reported that the Afghan Taliban managed to capture the dam immediately after the withdrawal of US troops in Helmand province. 


Afghan government sources have also confirmed the success of the Afghan Taliban. It was further stated that Dala Dam is of utmost importance for Afghanistan.


The dam not only supplies water to farmers through a canal network but also meets the water needs of the provincial capital. The Asian Development Bank (ADB) recently approved a multi-million dollar grant to expand the dam. 


It should be noted that the United States and allied NATO forces have announced the complete withdrawal of their forces by September 11 this year, which has created the possibility of ending the longest war in the history of the United States for two decades.


under the new plan 2,500 US and 7000 NATO troops will gradually withdraw from Afghanistan The deadline for the implementation of this plan has begun in May The withdrawal will end on September 11, 2021, the 20th anniversary of the September 2001 US-led invasion of Afghanistan


On the other hand, US President Joe Biden, while acknowledging Pakistan's efforts in establishing peace in Afghanistan, said that Pakistan has an important role to play in ending the war and reaching a peace agreement. Talking to reporters, Biden said that Pakistan's role will continue to be important in the future, according to a foreign news agency.