Latest report picked up by our outfit indicates that Afghanistan President, Ashraf Ghani, has left the nation as the Taliban set up its final and last hostile into the capital of Kabul.
Government authorities, one from previous President Hamid Karzai’s office and another an assistant on the Afghan security board, disclosed to The Associated Press that Ghani left the country on Sunday, August 15, 2021.
Ghani left alongside his National Security Adviser Hamdullah Mohib and a subsequent close partner. The getaway of Ghani comes after the Taliban caught US made helicopters and Russian made planes in readiness of an assault on Kabul, the country’s capital of 3 million individuals that houses the public authority and government and foreign offices.
Reports from Kabul say neighborhood police have abandoned their posts. The breakdown of peace and order in Afghanistan comes as a significant international strategy disappointment for Joe Biden, who declared the withdrawal of US Troops from the nation consequently encouraging the assailant group.
Subsequent to going through 20 years battling the Taliban and preparing more than 300,000 Afghan officers, the US actually ends up at stage one, a Taliban controlled country that could house Al-Qaeda militants who could plot assaults against the West.