Baghdad The Taliban movement said that it had ordered its forces to stand at the gates of the Afghan capital, Kabul, and not to try to enter it by force.
According to a statement, the movement confirmed that it had ordered its fighters not to enter the Afghan capital by force, pointing out that negotiations are underway to ensure the peaceful transition process.
The Afghan Interior Ministry had announced that Taliban militants have begun to enter the capital, Kabul, from all directions.
The movement’s spokesman, Sabihullah Mujahid, said that the movement’s fighters were ordered to stop at entry points in the capital, noting that they did not kill or wound anyone in Kabul.
Mujahid called on Afghan civilians to stay in their country and not leave it out of fear, stressing the need for Afghan forces to stop firing and allow all civilians and foreigners to cross now.
Source: National Iraqi News Agency