Talibans acting Kabul governor Abdullah Abdullah says citizens must feel safe and secure. Afghanistan is witnessing its worst-ever crisis in decades as the Talibans control has forced people to flee the nation. The country has been marred by violence for several years and the Taliban takeover of Kabul has exacerbated the crisis.
Kabul: On Saturday, deported senior Afghan government leader Abdullah Abdullah and former Afghan President Hamid Karzai met with the so-called interim Taliban governor of Kabul, Abdul Rahman Mansour.
They spoke of the priority of protecting the life, property and dignity of the citizens of Kabul. According to a statement from Abdullah Abdullahs office, Abdullah told Kabuls acting governor from the Taliban that in order to restore the capital, Kabul, citizens must ... feel safe and secure.
Abdullahs office said the acting governor promised to do everything possible to protect the safety of the people of Kabul. Afghanistan is experiencing its worst-crisis in decades, as Taliban control forces people to flee the country for fear of atrocities.
The country has been plagued by violence for many years, and the Talibans takeover of Kabul has exacerbated the crisis. Afghans flocked to Kabul airport to flee the Taliban. According to reports, terrorists on the streets of Kabul are using force to prevent people from entering the airport. In recent days, there have been many reports of Taliban violence.
Although the Taliban claim that they have carried out reforms and are committed to respecting the rights of women and minorities, this fact still exists. According to media reports, the Taliban have been trying to convince the world that 20 years after they regain power in Afghanistan, they will sever ties with terrorist organizations like Al Qaeda, which requires world recognition and recognition.
The Talibans long-term ties to terrorist organizations and their family relationships with terrorists from other organizations have raised serious questions about the Talibans commitment during the Doha Agreement that they will not provide a safe haven for any terrorists in Afghanistan.