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Taliban capture 18 capitals of Afghanistan, President Ghani can address today

KabulThe Taliban on Friday took control of the capitals of more than half of Afghanistan’s 34 provinces. The Taliban have captured Lashkargah, the capital of Helmand province, after taking control of the second and third largest cities (Herat in the west and Kandahar in the south). The Taliban terrorist is now 50 kilometers away from Kabul. On the other hand, President Ashraf Ghani can address the serious situation in Afghanistan today.

At the same time, according to AFP sources, the NATO ambassador held a meeting on Friday. The Vice President of Afghanistan said, will fight till the last breath. Vice President Amrullah Saleh tweeted on Friday that the meeting on national security, chaired by President Ashraf Ghani, took the decision with the firm belief and determination that we stand firmly against Taliban terrorists and strengthen national resistance by all means. Will make every effort to.

what other countries said
Thousands of Afghan citizens have fled their homes amid fears that the Taliban may re-establish a brutal, repressive government. Peace talks in Qatar have stalled, although diplomats are still meeting. The US, European and Asian countries have warned that any government established by force will be rejected. However, America is going to withdraw its last soldiers from Afghanistan after a few weeks.

Danish Foreign Minister Jeppe Kofod has said the country’s embassy in Kabul is being temporarily closed and staff are being evacuated. Germany is also bringing its employees from the Embassy of Kabul. German Foreign Minister Heiko Maas has called on all German citizens in Afghanistan to leave the country immediately.

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