The Russian secret service has offered Taliban fighters bounties to kill coalition forces, including american soldiers in Afghanistan.
It joins the us officials, wishing anonymity, according to the New York Times.
the Information is not confirmed from the official teams, and both Russia, the UNITED states and the Taliban has refused to speak to the american newspaper.
It is a specific entity within the Russian intelligence service, who is in the spotlight for having offered dusørerne. Meanwhile, the UNITED states and the Taliban tried to reach a peace agreement in the war-torn country.
the Device has previously been able to be put in connection with the attempt on liquidation and other shady operations in Europe. The aim has been to contribute to the destabilisation of the West, says.
islamist Militants or criminals with close links to them - are believed to have accepted any part of the offered money. That is how it sounds from the officials according to the newspaper.
You know that 20 americans were killed in combat in Afghanistan last year.
But it is not clear what kind of killing that can be associated with dusørerne.
The american government and the president of Donald Trump has been briefed on the information and a range of possible reactions.
But it is not yet decided how and whether to respond to Russia. It informs the officials.
According to the New York Times, the information on the dusørerne - if they are right - mark a big escalation in Russia's so-called hybridkrig against the West.
In hybridkrig is 'cyber-attacks, misleading news and covert operations,' the main elements.
After nearly 20 years of fighting against the Taliban the USA is trying now to pull out of Afghanistan and achieving peace with the Taliban.
29. February the UNITED states and the Taliban to a peace agreement. It includes a gradual withdrawal of american troops.
the Agreement means that the number of soldiers from the UNITED states, according to the news agency Reuters now is down to 8600. It is a faster reduction than expected, which is allegedly caused by coronaviruses.
Denmark has continued to the present as part of a Nato mission in Afghanistan. There are approximately 140 Danish soldiers in and around Kabul. The focus is among others on the training.