A meeting of the UN security Council

Restrictions include freezing assets, a travel ban and an embargo on arms deliveries to the Taliban.

The UN Security Council adopted a resolution that extends the sanctions against the Taliban and the mandate of the monitoring team of the sanctions Committee of the security Council. It is reported by Xinhua on Tuesday 17 December.

“Soglasovatelnye resolution, all States must continue to take action against the Taliban and “other individuals, groups, undertakings and entities associated with the Taliban and constituting a threat to peace, stability and security of Afghanistan,” the statement reads.

Rezolucije decided to extend the mandate of the monitoring team of the sanctions Committee for a period of 12 months from the date of expiry of the current mandate in December 2019.

Sanctions of the Security Council in respect of “individuals, groups, undertakings and entities associated with the Taliban, include freezing assets, a travel ban and embargo on arms supplies.

Previously in Afghanistan 13 soldiers and policemen were killed in two separate explosions in Helmand province.

It was also reported that in Afghanistan a few soldiers shot 25 of his colleagues and went to the militants of the movement “Taliban”.

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