The Taliban have vowed to allow Afghanistan to go free

The Taliban have vowed to allow Afghanistan to go free

Taliban He again promised the Americans that he would go back
Afghans Anthony Blinken, the US diplomat who is visiting Qatar, said he wanted to leave the country freely.

The Islamists, the new masters in Kabul, said at a press conference in Doha that “people with travel documents will be allowed to go free.” “We’ll wait for them on this issue.”

Will Kabul Airport reopen soon?

Joe Biden’s government is under pressure, sometimes confusing hundreds of people, including Americans stranded at the Mazar-e-Sharif airport in northern Afghanistan. “The entire international community is waiting for the Taliban to honor this commitment,” said Anthony Blinken, along with Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin.

Qatar has reaffirmed that the Kabul airport, which was closed after the last Americans left in late August, will reopen soon without giving a date. This is the first visit by senior U.S. officials to the region since the Taliban seized power on August 15, two weeks after the last American troops were stationed in Kabul.

The Taliban government hopes

Anthony Blink and Lloyd Austin want to discuss a major geopolitical issue and a humanitarian crisis that is mobilizing the international community.

The Taliban claimed control of Afghanistan on Monday. Panchir Valley is claimed to have been lowered, Ahmed Masood, the leader of the local defense, called for an uprising against them. Politically, the structure of the new Taliban executive is still undecided. Analysts believe that Islamists are shocked at the speed at which they are coming to power and do not have time to prepare for the future.

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