The Afghan Ministry of Defense (MoD) and the Ministry of Interior (MoI) said on Tuesday that the Taliban will face a heavy onslaught in the coming war season.
Afghan Ministry of Defense (MoD) said now that the air force is better equipped and has new combat helicopters, the battle fields will turn into a graveyard for the Taliban.
"We have 20 planned operations in 17 provinces, also 10 planned operations are underway by our special units and commandos and dozens of opposition forces have been eliminated," said MoD spokesman Dawolat Waziri.
Meanwhile Afghan Ministry of Interior (MoI) added that it is expected that within two months Afghan police equipment will be up to NATO standards.
"We are prepared for a bad situation, but we will increase air strikes and operations. Better U.S equipment is another merit in the next war season," said MoI spokesman Sediq Sediqqi.
Meanwhile, Mirdad Najrabi, Chairman of Parliament's Internal Security Commission said:"We must go out from the defensive position to the offensive position. 2015 damages and loses should be identified and our armored vehicles must be increased."
According to military analysts, the failure in the discovery and intelligence sectors, a lack of coordination between government forces and poor war management are issues that need to be addressed ahead of the upcoming fighting season. They say that unless steps are taken to resolve these problems, the situation will deteriorate and achievements will be lost.