Radical movement "the Taliban" is not going to stop fighting to start inter-Afghan talks, according to the TV station 1TV News, citing a representative of the Taliban Zabiulla Mujaahid.
Earlier on Sunday, a representative of the President of Afghanistan Sedik Sedici urged the Taliban to renounce violence and accept this participation in the peace process.
The Afghan government has agreed to release nearly 600 Taliban after reviewing the list with the names of prisoners, the release of which requires a radical grouping "the Taliban" for negotiations, according to TV channel Tolo News, citing a source.
Previously the TV station 1TV News reported that Afghan authorities said the refusal to let go of 597 prisoners, the release of which requires a "Taliban". The Department of prisons indicated that most of those prisoners convicted of criminal offenses, murder.
The Afghan government announced that they will not release about 600 prisoners, the release of which requires a radical grouping "the Taliban", reports the TV station 1TV News.
According to the channel, the authorities said the refusal to release Taliban prisoners 597. The Bureau of prisons of Afghanistan reported that most of those prisoners convicted of criminal offenses, murder.
The radical Taliban on Monday freed 20 captive soldiers and policemen in Northern Afghanistan, said the official representative of polytopes movement in Qatar, Suhail Shaheen.
"Today in Kunduz province, from prison "Islamic Emirate" was released on 20 soldiers and police, the administration in Kabul," wrote Shaheen on Twitter.
Afghan authorities freed almost 3.9 thousand prisoners of the militants of the radical movement "Taliban", reports TV channel Tolo News, citing the official representative of President Sedik Sedici.
According to the representative, at the moment, authorities released 3895 Taliban. After some time in his Twitter, the official representative of polytopes the Taliban in Qatar, Suhail Shaheen wrote that the Taliban released a further 34 representatives of the Afghan security forces in Badakhshan.