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Celebrating the mujhiadeen victory day , the Taliban say they hope the aggressor countries have learned many lessons for the future and will no longer take the path of enmity with the Afghan people.
At the same time, the National Resistance Front says that "the people stood against the red aggression yesterday and will not remain silent today against the black aggression."
The Taliban today celebrated the mujhiadeen victory day 28 April, the anniversary of the Mujahideen victory over the Soviet army, by holding a rally. "There is still a strong sense of freedom among Afghans, and they have a strong will and commitment to defend their religion and their country," the group said in a statement.
The statement added that the Taliban had no intention of invading any country and hoped that other countries would "hope for mutual respect and a safe life".
A statement posted on the Twitter account of Taliban spokesman Zabihullah Mujahid said that the "communists" staged a coup 44 years ago on 27 April, which "marked the beginning of much misery, suffering and tragedy in the country."
In the statement, the Taliban referred to the ruling period of the Democratic Party of Afghanistan as the "Black Period of the 27 April" and called the 28 April "the day of the country's freedom".
The Declaration called the mujhiadeen victory day the result of the nation's sacrifices and the day of victory, freedom and salvation of Afghans.
The Taliban have also said that they are trying to "fulfill all the aspirations of the Afghan jihadists and create a good environment for the prosperity and prosperity of Afghanistan under the umbrella of the Islamic system."
Meanwhile, the Afghan National Resistance Front, in a message issued on the occasion of the mujhiadeen victory day, emphasized its resistance to the Taliban and called the group "legitimate."
"The National Resistance Front believes that aggression, occupation, oppression and injustice from any official address are condemned and worthy of condemnation, and that it must be stopped at any cost," the statement said.