More than 200 women participated in a ceremony in Herat to celebrate the International Day of Peace, calling on the Taliban to refrain from killing more innocent Afghans.
Nullifying the pact would benefit Afghanistan's adversaries, including terrorist groups, Iran and Russia, top Afghan government officials and political analysts say.
The event in Mashhad, Iran, is yet another public acknowledgment of the deadly game Iran is playing with vulnerable and hapless Shia Afghans.
The plan divides Kabul into four security zones, giving high priority to protecting the predominantly Shia areas of western Kabul from ISIS attacks.
The crackdown has helped reduce the ability of ISIS and Taliban militants to carry out large-scale attacks in the province, officials and residents say.
The new offensive military operations are aimed at pressuring the Taliban to accept peace or face defeat on the battlefield, the Defence Ministry says.
The operations, still ongoing, kicked off against ISIS in Chaparhar District on September 9 and against the Taliban in Bati Kot District on September 13.
Dressed in traditional attire, the group presented a folkloric fashion show, asking insurgent groups to stop fighting and embrace peace.
The air strikes are a prime example of increased US-Afghan co-operation to thwart Taliban's nefarious plans, officials say.
The push against the terrorist group in Syria is expected to drive the final nail into the coffin of the group's dreams of establishing statehood.
Iran uses intimidation, financial incentives and empty promises to pressure Afghans refugees, and families of slain fighters are left with next to nothing.
Amid increased militant violence, Afghan security forces have killed dozens of Taliban fighters in targeted clearance operations across the country.