The Taliban Movement, which is considered a terrorist organization in Tajikistan and Kyrgyzstan, calls on them to resolve their border issues through a dialogue and “seeking a logical solution that would benefit both countries.”  

In a message posted on his Twitter, Taliban spokesman Zabiullah Mujtahid notes that the Islamic Emirate (the Taliban refer to themselves as the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan – Asia-Plus) “calls on two Islamic and fraternal countries to resolve their problem through a dialogue.”

Mujtahid says in his message that they have “a large experience of destructions caused by a war; an outbreak of war may seem easy, but the actual course of war, its consequences and losses will be severe.”

Recall, tensions escalated along a disputed segment along Tajikistan’s common border on June 4, with both sides accusing the other of violating previous agreements.

Thus, the Kyrgyz side accused Tajik troops of placing a container overnight on what Kyrgyz officials called "a disputed area" along an undemarcated section of the border at Unzhu-Bulak in the Chon-Alai district of the Osh region.

Tajikistan border service’s press center service rejected the Kyrgyz statement, saying in its statement that in accordance with an agreement within the framework of the Intergovernmental Commission, some stretches along the mutual border have been defined, and therefore, Tajik border guards currently patrol the agreed stretch of the Tajik-Kyrgyz border.   

Following talks between top security officials, Tajikistan and Kyrgyzstan on June 5 reached an agreement to end a tense border standoff, including both countries moving border posts 3 kilometers from the disputed area and instructing topographic working groups to demarcate the border section..