The war in Afghanistan is over, Taliban spokesman

Mohammad Naeem, spokesman for the Taliban’s political office, said the war in Afghanistan was over, the Taliban had reaped the fruits of 20 years of struggle and sacrifices, and the new system of government in Afghanistan would soon be clear.

Taliban spokesman Muhammad Naeem told Al Jazeera news channel that the Taliban did not want to harm anyone, would take every step responsibly, and was ready to discuss the concerns of the international community.

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A spokesman for the Taliban’s political office said that no one would be allowed to use Afghan soil against anyone, adding that the Taliban would not interfere in the affairs of any other country and did not want any other country to interfere in our affairs. ਕਰੇ۔ Hopefully, foreign forces will not repeat their failed experiments in Afghanistan.

He said that Ashraf Ghani was not expected to escape, even people close to Ashraf Ghani did not expect him to escape. Having achieved the goal of liberating their country and people, they are ready to talk to all Afghan leaders and guarantee their safety.

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Mohammad Naeem, a spokesman for the Taliban’s political office, said in an interview that no diplomatic agency or headquarters had been targeted, adding that “we will provide security to citizens and diplomatic missions.” We ask all countries and powers to sit with us to solve any problem. The Taliban want peaceful relations.

The Taliban spokesman added that the rights and freedoms of women and minorities would be taken care of in accordance with Sharia.