Taliban Says No Threat Will Be Posed To Any Country From Afghanistan
The Taliban on Tuesday declared that no threat will be posed to any country from Afghanistan as the terrorist group took charge of the strife-torn country following a shockingly rapid collapse of its democratic government with the departure of most western troops.
“The Islamic emirate is pledging to all world countries that no threat will be posed to any country from Afghanistan,” Taliban spokesman Zabihullah Mujahid told reporters at a press conference in Kabul in which he announced an Islamic government government will be established in Afghanistan soon.
“We do not have enmity toward anyone and based on our leader’s orders we have pardoned everyone,” he said.
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