Spokesperson Zabihullah Mujahid in a press conference on September 6, 2021, urges the international community to reopen their embassies in Kabul. Stating, Afghanistan has the right to be recognized in the international community.
“The war is over, the country is escaping crises, the time calls for peace and reconstruction. We need people to support,” spokesman Zahidullah Mujahid stated in a press conference in Kabul.
“The international community shall reopen their embassies in Kabul, as Afghanistan has the right to be recognized”, he said.
The Taliban’s representative also called upon the former military personnel of Afghan Forces for integration in the new regime. “The Afghan Forces trained over the last 20 years will be asked to rejoin the security departments alongside Taliban members.
He added that any insurgency against the Taliban Rule would be “hit – hard”, earlier after stating that they had captured Panjshir Valley – the last pocket of resistance.
“The Islamic Emirates is very sensitive to insurgencies. Anyone who tries to the insurgency will be hit-hard. We will not allow another.” – Mujahid said.
The spokesperson stated that an interim system will be set forth to permit changes, three weeks after power seizing but with no government announced so far.
“Final decisions have been taken, we are now working on the technical issues,” he said.
“The new government will be announced as soon as the technical issues are resolved.” The concerning issue for the Taliban is the reopening of Kabul airport, the massive U.S.-led evacuation plan which ended last week.
Qatar has collaborated with the Taliban on getting the airport back up and running, to restore operations serious efforts are underway.
“Technical teams from Qatar, Turkey, and UAE are working hard to repair the equipment,” he stated, adding international flights would resume “soon”.
Since their sweep to power last month, the Taliban have been exposed to global condemnation from the international community. Mass fearing the government to be similar with the 1996 – 2001 brutal regime when they initially came to power.