"NRF has put up machine gun nests, mortars, and monitoring stations protected with sandbags in anticipation of a Taliban attack on their bastion. Its fighters patrol the region in US-made Humvees and technicals — pick-up trucks with machine weapons mounted on the back – many of them are dressed in military fatigues," the report highlights.
The Panjshir area was considered an NFR fortress, never surrender to any foreign or domestic force during the 20 year-long U.S. war on Afghanistan. According to the agency France Presse, the Taliban has already deployed several fighters to the region.
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