The terrorist Taliban fighters have placed under house arrest the former President of Afghanistan Hamid Karzai (2004-2014) and the head of the Supreme Council for National Reconciliation, Abdullah Abdullah, informs CNN citing sources.
According to the interlocutor, on Monday, August 23, the Taliban took weapons from Karzai’s guards and confiscated his cars. In addition, the militants raided Abdullah’s house. They are now in custody.
Earlier, on August 24, the Taliban stated plans to step down as a single leader and form a new “inclusive government” – a 12-member council to govern Afghanistan. Representatives of the movement negotiated including Karzai and former Prime Minister and Foreign Minister Abdullah.
On August 15, Taliban terrorists captured Kabul without a fight and declared control over all of Afghanistan. President Ashraf Ghani responded by resigning and leaving for the UAE. After the Taliban seized power announced a general amnesty for government officials. Moreover, according to data UN militants have compiled lists of those who have collaborated with NATO, the United States and Great Britain. In Afghanistan, they face execution.
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