#Kabul: Mullah Mohammad Hassan Akhund will lead the Taliban government in Afghanistan On the same day, the Taliban announced the names of key officials in Afghanistan’s new interim government. Abdul Ghani, co-founder of the Taliban, will be the deputy head of the Afghan government
Within 72 hours of the arrival of Fayyaz Hamid, the head of Pakistan’s ISI, in Kabul, the Taliban announced the formation of a new government. Because about three weeks ago, the Taliban could not form a government with the occupation of Afghanistan
A Taliban spokesman, Zabihullah Mujahid, said: “We are only announcing the names of those who are in urgent need of ministers. The names of other ministers will also be announced in a few days Our policy and vision are very clear. “
According to the Taliban, Mohammad Yaqub Mujahid is the interim defense minister of Afghanistan. Alhaj Khalifa is the interior minister Alhaj Mollah Fazel will be the Chief of Army Staff Amir Khan Mutakki has been given the responsibility of foreign minister
Taliban spokesman Zabihullah Mujahid told the media: “We are out of the chaos. The current situation is not ideal for protests Such protests disrupt the security of the country My request to the protesters is that you do not show any protest now.
The Taliban took control of Kabul on August 15 Although they continued to try, they could not form a government As a result, there was no announcement The former Afghan government also alleged that Pakistan was supporting the Taliban However, Islamabad has denied the allegations But this time, the ISI chief arrived in Kabul to cut the Taliban’s complexities with the formation of the government Shortly afterwards, the Taliban announced the formation of a new government Now, of course, Pakistan is openly supporting the Taliban government in Afghanistan