Afghanistan's president, Ashraf Ghani, took Sunday, the first step in the direction of release up to 2000 members of the Taliban movement, who is imprisoned in Afghanistan.
It is a gesture from the government after the Taliban declared a three-day ceasefire during the eid-the feast, which started on Sunday.
Ghani goes on to say that the government is ready to hold fredssamtaler with the Taliban.
Løsladelserne of the many prisoners must 'ensure the success of the peace process', says the presidential spokesman, Sediq Sediqqi.
In an agreement to which the UNITED states and the Taliban concluded in February, says that Afghanistan's government must release up to 5,000 Taliban prisoners.
To return to the militant movement release around 1000 afghan police officers and soldiers, as it keeps caught.
Fangeudvekslingen be seen as a tillidsøvelse ahead of upcoming peace talks between the government and the Taliban.
already, the government has released about 1000 talibanere, while the militant group has released around 300 afghan police officers and soldiers.
The upcoming peace negotiations will from the government side will be led by Ghanis long-standing rival, Abdullah Abdullah. He and Ghani reached last week an agreement on power sharing.
the Taliban gave on Saturday its fighters order to comply with the three-day truce in connection with the eid.
Sunday confirms afghan police, there have been no reports of fighting.