Taliban offer to establish relations with the world

Taliban spokesman Zabihullah Mujahid, after taking control of Afghanistan, once again pardoned his opponents and offered to establish international relations. 

Speaking to the media for the first time, Zabihullah Mujahid said, “I congratulate the people of Afghanistan. Freedom was the right of the Afghan nation and it was achieved 20 years later.”

He said that after independence, they do not have a hostile policy against anyone, all opponents have been granted amnesty.

A Taliban spokesman assured that Afghan territory would not be used against anyone.

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Regarding political stability, he said that a political system will be formed, consultations are going on among the leaders in this regard, soon the Afghan nation will be given an acceptable political leadership.

Zabihullah Mujahid said that all citizens of Kabul should be satisfied, they will be safe, protecting foreign embassies in Kabul is among the priorities.

“It is our duty to protect all foreigners in Kabul. There will be no negligence. The Taliban’s intervention in Kabul was due to the unrest of some miscreants,” he added.

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Zabihullah Mujahid said the former security forces and police had left Kabul unsafe.

He assured all countries, including the United States, that Afghan soil would not be used against anyone.

He said that they offer to establish relations with the world in accordance with international norms.

“We have forgiven everyone who stood against us. We will ensure the safety of the lives and property of the people,” Zabihullah Mujahid said.

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The Taliban spokesman said that after the peaceful transfer of power, now is the time to serve the Afghan people, guaranteeing that political leaders and diplomats will be protected.

We entered Kabul peacefully, reassuring everyone that no one would be harmed, and hoped that the people would cooperate with us, while consultations on the political system in Afghanistan continued.