Taliban leaders announced that negotiations on the future government structure in Kabul are over and they will soon announce the new government.
Officials from the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan stated that negotiations between Mullah Hibatullah Ashundzada, the supreme leader of the IEA, and the Taliban ended Monday, August 30, Khaama News reported.
Mullah Hibatullah recently arrived in the Afghan capital, having previously visited Kandahar province and held several talks with tribal elders.
Although the exact date for the announcement of the new government has not been disclosed, Zabiullah Mujahid, acting minister of culture and spokesperson for the Taliban, stated that the new government would be announced within two weeks.
He also stated that the former governments’ figures will not be included in their new government, as they failed and people don’t want them to be there anymore.
Meanwhile, Sher Muhammad Abbas Stanikzai, deputy head of Taliban’s political office in Doha has been busy negotiating and interacting with representatives from regional countries.
Naem Wardak, spokesperson for the office, stated that Abbas had been in discussions with countries to assure them there is no threat from Afghanistan.