Afghan Taliban apologizes, announces no revenge

Afghan Taliban apologizes

Afghan Taliban have entered the Afghan capital, Kabul, a spokesman for the Afghan Taliban has announced a general amnesty and no retaliation.

Taliban leaders have instructed militants to avoid violence and provide safe passage for those leaving the city.

A Taliban spokesman said in a statement that they were not taking revenge, adding that all military and civilian personnel would be safe.

Talking to Arab TV, the Taliban spokesman said that they will not enter Kabul by force, they want the control of the Afghan capital to be achieved peacefully, they will wait for a few days or even weeks.

The Taliban say they do not want to injure or kill lonely and innocent Afghan civilians, but have not declared a ceasefire.

It should be noted that Ashraf Ghani’s government has agreed to step down after the Taliban entered the Afghan capital Kabul.

The acting Afghan interior minister says an agreement has been reached not to attack Kabul, and that the transfer of power to the interim government will take place peacefully.

Ali Ahmad Jalali is likely to be appointed head of the new interim government, talks are underway at the Afghan presidential palace to transfer power to the Taliban, and Abdullah Abdullah is acting as a mediator.

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