The Taliban has guaranteed triumph over resistance powers in the last holdout region of Panjshir, finishing their takeover of Afghanistan three weeks subsequent to catching Kabul.
“With this victory, our country is completely taken out of the quagmire of war,” chief spokesman Zabihullah Mujahid said on Monday.
The counter Taliban National Resistance Front (NRF) swore to continue battling in Panjshir Valley, saying it is available in “strategic positions” and that “the struggle against the Taliban … will continue”.
The whereabouts of opposition pioneer Ahmed Massoud and Amrullah Saleh, the previous VP who had joined the obstruction after the fall of Kabul, were not quickly known.
In the meantime, US Secretary of State Antony Blinken is in Qatar to examine the turbulent consequence of the US withdrawal from Afghanistan.