Francesca Mannochi, Guest of Concita de Gregorio and David Parenzo A In the air, Its La 7, The current balance in Afghanistan after the attack on the Kabuin airport is being calculated. “In Afghanistan, there will be less media attention and things will happen,” said a journalist returning from Kabul. “The Taliban have two souls, the Doha talks, Al Jazeera interviewed, and then the militants and more militants,” Mannochi explains.
In this spirit, the author continues, “It was the network that captured Kabul that prompted the acceleration of the military offensive, and now wants to know who is doing it. There is still no government, these days it is defining itself.” “What’s the knot that complicates everything?” Mannochi asks. “This network is affiliated with ISIS”.
Therefore, the journalist tries to imagine situations that could change at any moment. “We can assume that ISIS, backed by some cells, did a dirty job that the Taliban could not do, because there are exactly the signatories to the Doha talks.” In short, Mannochi concludes, “an internal and external conflict with the Taliban.”
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