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No one will be able to interfere in Afghanistan — Taliban
Published in The Saudi Gazette on 07 - 09 - 2021

Afghanistan's Acting Minister of Information and Culture and Taliban spokesperson Zabihullah Mujahid said on Tuesday that no one would be able to interfere in Afghanistan.
Mujahid said in a press conference: "After today, no one will be able to interfere in Afghanistan." He said that the Taliban had been in contact with various countries and their envoys had visited Afghanistan.
The Taliban spokesperson said Afghanistan had "gained freedom", stressing that "only the will of Afghans" will be applicable in the country.
He announced that the Afghan government would be led by Mohammad Hasan Akhund while the group's co-founder Abdul Ghani Baradar will be the deputy Afghan leader.
Taliban's deputy leader Sirajuddin Haqqani will be the acting interior minister, Amir Khan Muttaqi will be the acting foreign minister, political chief Sher Mohammad Abbas Stanikzai will be the acting deputy foreign minister and Mullah Yaqoob will be the acting defense minister, he added.
"The heads of various other ministries will be appointed soon," said Mujahid, adding that "All groups have been represented in the Cabinet."
In an answer to a question, the spokesperson said the country would now be called the "Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan".
For years, Mujahid had been a shadowy figure issuing statements on behalf of the militants.
Mujahid vowed Tuesday to respect women's rights, forgive those who resisted them and ensure a secure Afghanistan as part of a publicity blitz aimed at convincing world powers and a fearful population that they have changed.
Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan said that they would not accept humanitarian aid from any country in case they are based on conditions.
Mujahid said, "They will not allow those aid which is later followed by orders and/or suggestions."
Mujahid said that they need international humanitarian aid and welcome such aids but added that the aid should be free of conditions.
He said that such condition-based aid is deemed as interference in our internal affairs and they are not allowing any country to do so.
Mujahid also reacted to the accusations of Pakistan's interference after the ISI chief visited Kabul and had added that no country including Pakistan is allowed to meddle in the internal affairs of Afghanistan.
Mujahid said that Faiz Hameed had come to Kabul to share his country's concerns about the people crossing Spin Boldak crossing point into Pakistan.
As per Mujahid, Hameed feared anti-Pakistan figures may cross the crossing point but he was made sure that Afghanistan's soil will not threaten Pakistan's security. — Agencies


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