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After leaving Afghanistan, the country’s president says: “The Taliban won”

He also admitted that the Taliban won. "Now he is responsible for the honor, ownership and self-preservation of his countrymen"

Former Vice President and head of the Superior Council for National Reconciliation, Ashraf Ghani, said that by fleeing, Afghan President Ashraf Ghani “abandoned the nation.”

In response, Ghani argued that he left the country to avoid deaths. He stated that “countless patriots would be martyred and the city of Kabul would be destroyed” if he remained.

He also admitted that the Taliban won. “Now he is responsible for the honor, ownership and self-preservation of his compatriots,” he said in a statement released by Facebook.

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According to the Reuters news agency, Ghani has embarked for Tajikistan, which borders northern Afghanistan. Meanwhile, his interior minister, Abdul Sattar Mirzakwal, has ensured a “peaceful transfer of power”.

“Afghans need not worry, there will be no attack. There will be a peaceful transfer of power to a transitional government,” he said in a video.

The extremist group takes control of Kabul after the withdrawal of the US troops, who had been in the Afghan capital for 20 years, since the attacks of September 11, 2021.

Ethan Hansen

Ethan Hansen is executive vice president for finance and operations at Leilo Sports. Before joining PNC in 2021, he founded snewslog to help early-stage companies (Seed through Series B). Previously, Cohen worked in consulting (strategy and innovation), private equity (operationally focused investing) and investment banking (M&A).

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