Printed On 15 September,2021 05:09 pm
Suhail Shaheen stated, “We don’t want military aids whereas we’ve got been preventing for 20 years.”
DOHA (Dunya Information) – Afghan Taliban spokesperson Suhail Shaheen on Wednesday rejected the allegations that the Taliban had acquired military assistance from Pakistan in their combat in Panjshir.
In an unique interview with Iranian TV channel on Wednesday, he stated, “We don’t want military aids of any nation whereas we’ve got been preventing for 20 years in opposition to the tremendous energy and its subtle weapons. We have now very skilled fighters and weapons.” “That is likely one of the propaganda we face.”
The spokesman stated Taliban most popular to resolve the difficulty of Panjshir by means of talks however had no alternative aside from resorting to a military operation when these talks and reconciliation efforts failed.
Shaheen went on to say that the Taliban’s present cupboard make-up is simply tentative and topic to modifications, and the long run authorities of Afghanistan shall be an inclusive one, with roles in governance assigned to leaders of different ethnicities.
Requested about worldwide criticisms in regards to the Taliban appointing personal veteran members to senior authorities positions regardless of earlier guarantees to type an inclusive cupboard, Suhail Shaheen argued that the make-up of the caretaker authorities was dictated by urgency and that there shall be modifications in the long run so that individuals from totally different Afghan ethnicities see themselves represented in the nation’s administration.
He additionally famous that struggle is over in Afghanistan and the brand new authorities is concentrated on rebuilding the nation after a 20-12 months-lengthy invasion by overseas forces.
Relating to human rights points and ladies’s rights, in explicit, the Taliban spokesman stated, “We’re dedicated to giving girls all their fundamental rights however after all we’re an Islamic society, we’ve got a unique tradition in comparison with different nations. We’re dedicated to their entry to training and to work; so, there is no such thing as a problem with that.”