The Taliban have taken control of Afghan national television

Russian satellite network quoted al Arabiya as saying that the Taliban have controlled the state television station in Kabul and made a speech calling on citizens not to panic.

Screenshot of Russian satellite network report

Since the withdrawal of U.S. and NATO troops from Afghanistan in May, the Afghan Taliban have increased their offensive and occupied many provinces and cities. Afghan Taliban spokesman said on the evening of August 15 that Taliban militants have entered the capital Kabul. Earlier in the day, Taliban spokesman mujahid said on social media that Taliban representatives were discussing the “peaceful transfer of power” with the Afghan government in Kabul. On the same day, acting Afghan Interior Minister Abdul Sattar mirzaqual said that the government would transfer power to the transitional government.

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Taliban spokesman: the war in Afghanistan is over

The British Guardian reported that Muhammad Naim, a spokesman for the Afghan Taliban, told Al Jazeera television on the 15th local time that in Afghanistan, the war has ended and the form of regime will soon be clear.

According to the report, Naim said that no diplomatic institutions or their official residences were attacked. He said that the organization assured everyone that it would provide security for citizens and diplomatic missions.

“We are ready to engage in dialogue with all Afghan parties and will ensure that they receive the necessary protection.” Naim said that every step taken by the Taliban is responsible and hopes to live in peace with everyone.

Since the withdrawal of U.S. and NATO troops from Afghanistan in May, the Afghan Taliban have increased their offensive and occupied many provinces and cities. Afghan Taliban spokesman said on the evening of August 15 that Taliban militants have entered the capital Kabul. Earlier in the day, Taliban spokesman mujahid said on social media that Taliban representatives were discussing the “peaceful transfer of power” with the Afghan government in Kabul. On the same day, acting Afghan Interior Minister Abdul Sattar mirzaqual said that the government would transfer power to the transitional government.

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In the eyes of the world, the Afghan regime has changed.

Just now, several foreign media reported that Afghan President Ghani has agreed to resign and leave Afghanistan with the vice president for a third country.

it is all up with! The Taliban are about to become the new ruler of the country.

At present, the current Afghan government is negotiating with Taliban representatives on how to complete the transfer of power. According to information from all parties, the two sides will establish a transitional government to peacefully transfer power to the Taliban. This is a less costly way for the suffering Afghan people.

It has only been more than three months since the United States and NATO began to withdraw troops. The rapid change of the situation in Afghanistan is beyond the most pessimistic estimates of the United States and the West.

Tobias Elwood, a British Conservative MP, said: “this is a complete humiliation to the West. We formed the most incredible and technologically advanced alliance in the world, but we were defeated by a rebel equipped with AK47 and rocket propelled grenades. ”

“This will be the biggest own goal scored by Western teams since this century.”

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The Taliban’s previous actions can be described as overwhelming, and they have occupied more than 10 provincial capitals in a short week. After taking Jalalabad, the capital of Nangarhar province, Afghan Taliban fighters entered the capital Kabul “from all directions” and met little resistance.

According to two U.S. military officials, the personnel of the U.S. Embassy stepped up the destruction of sensitive materials and documents, and plumes of smoke rose from the roof. American diplomats withdrew by helicopter from the embassy to Kabul airport. American reporters said it was “a scene of great humiliation to the Biden government”.

Just over an hour later, according to the Russian satellite news agency, the acting interior minister of Afghanistan, Abdul Sattar mirzaqual, promised to hand over power peacefully to the Taliban.