The “Taliban” movement announced on Tuesday that the appointment of a caretaker government would largely include leaders of the movement, while all spectrum of the Afghan uprising should be represented in the next government.

The Benami-led government, along with Mohammed Hassan, his two deputies, Abdel-Ghani Barder and Abdel-Salam Hanafi, said there were many vacancies, but that the movement would fill the vacancies, and it was consulting to find the right people.

“The current government is temporary and we will invite the remaining parties to join,” said Jabihullah Mujahid, a spokesman for the movement.

The movement is headed by Aamir Khan Mottaki as acting foreign minister, Hedayatullah Badri as acting finance minister, Sirajuddin Haqqani as interior minister, Mohammad Yaqub Mujahid, defense minister Abdul Hakeem Shetty, and the justice minister agency. Intelligence.

Referring to the presence of foreigners in Kabul to stir up chaos, the Mujahideen insisted that the movement “will not allow the return to war in Afghanistan.”
Responding to questions from journalists, Jabihullah clarified that this government is temporary to manage the affairs of the country and the needs of its citizens. The final government.