(CNN)More than 20 nations, including the USA, issued a joint observation Saturday expressing deep tell over allegations of extra-judicial killings and disappearances of dilapidated member of dilapidated security forces in Afghanistan.
The observation comes after a chronicle became released by Human Rights Peruse on Tuesday alleging extra than a hundred dilapidated Afghan security forces had been killed or forcibly disappeared by the Taliban since their resign in leisurely summer.
The chronicle, per interviews with witnesses, family members and pals of the victims, detailed “the abstract execution or enforced disappearance” of defense force personnel, police, intelligence service members and paramilitary militia, who had surrendered to or were apprehended by Taliban forces between August 15 and October 31.
CNN has no longer in a position to independently verify the claims in the chronicle.
In their observation Saturday, the 21 nations, including the USA, Germany, Japan and the United Kingdom, acknowledged the alleged actions “constitute extreme human rights abuses and contradict the Taliban’s supplied amnesty.”
“We call on the Taliban to successfully put in force the amnesty for dilapidated members of the Afghan security forces and dilapidated Authorities officials to make certain it is some distance upheld across the nation and all over their ranks,” the observation acknowledged.
The nations known as for a fleshy and transparent investigation of the allegations made by Human Rights Peruse.
“These guilty ought to still be held guilty,” Saturday’s observation read. “We’re going to secure a plot to proceed to measure the Taliban by their actions.”