Abu Dhabi: Former President Ashraf Ghani, who fled the country when the Taliban entered Kabul, has said in his second explanatory statement that he is ready to have his and his wife’s assets investigated by international organizations.
According to the International News Agency, former Afghan President Ashraf Ghani said in his second explanatory statement that on August 15, security at the presidential palace advised him to leave the country immediately, saying that if he did not do so, there would be a fierce battle on the streets. There will be millions of people killed.
According to the former president, who fled the country without informing his colleagues, the security at the presidential palace added that if he did not leave the country, there would be a civil war like the one in 1990.
Ashraf Ghani, who appeared in the UAE a few days after fleeing the country, added that leaving Kabul was the hardest decision of his life, but the only way to keep guns at bay and keep 6 million civilians safe.
The former president denied allegations that he flew millions of dollars in helicopters on his way out of the country, saying that details of his and my wife’s assets had already been revealed but that any independent world, including the United Nations, Be prepared to be audited by the institution.
It should be noted that Ashraf Ghani, who quietly fled the country on August 15 when the Taliban arrived in Kabul, confirmed his safety in the UAE on August 18 and said that if he did not leave the country, Kabul would become another Yemen or Syria.