The interim prime minister was Mullah Hassan Akund, the head of the Taliban government between 1996 and 2001, who was ousted by regime-led forces. United States After the 9/11 attacks.
One of the delegates was Mullah Abdul Ghani Bhardwar, who was a key Taliban negotiator on an agreement with the US government to withdraw troops from the country.
Mulla Abdul Gani Bharat, Moscow City, March 2021 – Photo: Alexander Jemlianichenko / Reuters
The new interior minister, Sirajuddin Haqqani, is the son of the founder of the Haqqani Network, one of the most wanted men in the United States for his involvement in suicide attacks.
Mulla Mohammad Yaqub will be the new Defense Minister. He is the son of Mullah Omar, one of the founders of the Taliban.
For now, there are no non-Taliban top members. This is one of the demands of the international community.
Taliban spokesman Jabihullah Mujahid announced the names of those who will form the government.
The announcement was delayed by several days because of the Taliban He was waiting to resolve the conflict in the Panchshir Valley “This is the last province the group has failed to capture. There have been two delays in revealing who the heads of government are.
A few hours before the names were revealed, there was one Demonstration in front of the Pakistani Embassy in Kabul (Protesters complained of Pakistani interference in Afghan politics).
The Taliban fired into the air at the scene to disperse the protest. Journalists at the scene were also arrested.
On Monday, the Taliban announced the capture of Panjshir province, the last of which was not yet under control.
The group says it will allow Afghans to leave the country
The Taliban has reassured the US government that it will allow Afghanistan to leave the country, said visiting US diplomat Anthony Blinkan.
Leaders of the Islamic Movement “will allow people to travel freely with travel documents,” Blingen told a news conference.
The government of President Joe Biden has been under pressure to provide information on holders of US passports intercepted at the Mazar-i-Sharif airport in Afghanistan.
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