Emirates confirms that it has taken in Ghani for “humanitarian reasons”

The United Arab Emirates Foreign Ministry confirmed this Wednesday the presence in Emirati territory of the President of Afghanistan, Ashraf Ghani, whom it has taken in for “humanitarian reasons”, which puts an end to the uncertainty of recent days about his whereabouts. .

Ghani left Afghanistan on Sunday, coinciding with the entry into Kabul of the Taliban, who in just over a week took control of most of the Afghan provinces. As he explained himself on Facebook, he did it to avoid “disaster.”

Ghani has promised to continue serving Afghanistan, but the Taliban are already negotiating a possible transitional government with local authorities led by former President Hamid Karzai and the main representative in the Doha peace dialogue, Abdullah Abdullah.

The Foreign Ministry of the United Arab Emirates confirmed on Wednesday the presence in Emirati territory of the President of Afghanistan, Ashraf Ghani, whom it has taken in for “humanitarian reasons”, which puts an end to the uncertainty of recent days about the whereabouts of the.

Ghani left Afghanistan on Sunday, coinciding with the entry into Kabul of the Taliban, who in just over a week took control of most of the Afghan provinces. As he explained himself on Facebook, he did it to avoid “disaster.”

Ghani has promised to continue serving Afghanistan, but the Taliban are already negotiating a possible transitional government with local authorities led by former President Hamid Karzai and the main representative in the Doha peace dialogue, Abdullah Abdullah.

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