Speakers at the conference "War and Bloodshed, after the presence and exit of the Reds" emphasized that the goal of the Afghan nation's stand against the Soviet Union was not only the defeat and withdrawal of the Soviet Union from Afghanistan, but the implementation of Islamic laws in the country.
At the same time as the anniversary of the departure of the Soviet forces from Afghanistan, experts say that the existence of a strong religious spirit and the sensitivity of Afghans towards foreigners was one of the main factors in the defeat of the Soviet Union from Afghanistan.
The Consul General of the Islamic Republic of Iran in the city of Mazar-e-Sharif, speaking at a ceremony celebrating the 44th anniversary of the victory of the Islamic Revolution, stated: The Islamic Revolution won with the intelligent leadership of Imam Khomeini (RA) with the least amount of harm to the people, and the path of this revolution is based ...
Imam Juma of Chamtal district of Balkh province says: He always worked bravely in the field of awakening and informing his comrades and the people. For this reason, he started to establish the organization of devotees of Islam in order to create a focal point for the integration of the people's work and the fight against the Soviet occupation.
In response to a perceived need for a better method of settling international conflicts and negotiating peace than that afforded by the previous League of Nations. The United Nations Charter was established on October 24, 1945.
Never in Afghanistan’s difficult history has it experienced such hectic diplomacy in seeking a resolution to an internal conflict, one whose roots go back to that fateful evening in December 1979 when Soviet troops invaded.
The Taliban militant group warned the United States it would face the same fate as the Soviet Union in the 1980s if it did not leave violence-wracked Afghanistan, as Washington considers slashing troop numbers.