The US and a host of allied countries have called on the Taliban to end the targeted killings of former members of Afghan security forces.
In a joint statement, the 22 nations demanded that the Islamist regime respect its pledge not to harm former government or security personnel.
"We are deeply concerned by reports of summary killings and enforced disappearances", the statement says.
It follows a damning report on killings and abductions by the Islamist regime.
Released by the Human Rights Watch earlier this week, the report documented more than 100 executions and abductions of former Afghan government officials since the Taliban took control of the country almost four months ago.