The assertion comes after a report was launched by Human Rights Watch on Tuesday alleging greater than 100 former Afghan safety forces had been killed or forcibly disappeared by the Taliban since their give up in late summer time.
The report, based mostly on interviews with witnesses, relations and associates of the victims, detailed “the abstract execution or enforced disappearance” of navy personnel, police, intelligence service members and paramilitary militia, who had surrendered to or have been apprehended by Taliban forces between August 15 and October 31.
CNN has not in a position to independently affirm the claims within the report.
In their assertion Saturday, the 21 international locations, together with the United States, Germany, Japan and the United Kingdom, stated the alleged actions “represent severe human rights abuses and contradict the Taliban’s introduced amnesty.”
“We name on the Taliban to successfully implement the amnesty for former members of the Afghan safety forces and former Government officers to make sure that it’s upheld throughout the nation and all through their ranks,” the assertion stated.
The international locations known as for a full and clear investigation of the allegations made by Human Rights Watch.
“Those accountable should be held accountable,” Saturday’s assertion learn. “We will proceed to measure the Taliban by their actions.”