Taliban spokesperson and current Deputy Minister of Information Zabihullah Mujahid said: “The United States has launched more than one misleading attack, resulting in civilian deaths, destruction of medical facilities, damage to houses and mosques. We will demand compensation.”
Madrid (European Media).- On Friday, the authorities in Afghanistan that were established after the Taliban took power in August said they would demand compensation from the United States in respect of civilian injuries suffered during the 2001-2001 military operation. They also stated that they will be going to the United Nations in 2021 for “crimes against humanity”.
Taliban spokesperson and current Deputy Minister of Information Zabihullah Mujahid recalled: “The United States has launched more than one misleading attack that resulted in civilian deaths, destruction of medical facilities, and damage to houses and mosques. We will demand compensation.” 10 civilians, including Seven children were bombed by the United States during the evacuation of Kabul Airport.
Initial reports by the United States stated that the suicide bomber from Islamic State was the target, but subsequent investigations by the New York Times revealed that it was a co-conspirator and several family members. It admitted that it had made a mistake.
Therefore, he emphasized that Washington “at the time the operations in the airport area and throughout Kabul had caused the death of civilians, including women and children.” “This is a (crime) against humanity. We demand justice and recognition. “We will condemn it to United Nations and other institutions,” he stated in an interview with Russian news agency Sputnik.
Mujahid added that Afghan authorities would not tolerate the presence of foreign troops within the country after the withdrawal US-NATO troops.
We can cooperate with the United States, the international community and other countries. He stated that our territory would not be used against third countries but that we wouldn’t allow foreign military personnel to remain in Afghanistan.
Accordingly, he said that the new authorities will be capable of facing the threat posed in part by Islamic State Khorasan Province (“ISKP”), which has demanded multiple attacks on the Taliban in Nangarhar Province’s (east) recently. He stated that the support of our people in the struggle is sufficient and that we have a lot support.
Mujahid also stated that the Taliban is waiting for the United Nations to respond to the appointment of the Taliban’s spokesman for the political office of the Taliban in Qatar, Sohail Shahin, as the new permanent representative of Afghanistan’s international agencies.
The Deputy Minister of Information for Afghanistan said that the Taliban is still waiting to hear back from the United Nations. He had not yet received a reply. The Taliban requested Shahin be allowed to attend Wednesday’s UN General Assembly. New York.
Mujahid stated that Shaheen will “work hard to strengthen relations between the United States, Europe, and other countries” if Shaheen is appointed by the United Nations. They will be prioritized tasks. He concluded that we hope the United Nations will approve our ambassador’s appointment.
The Acting Minister of Foreign Affairs of Afghanistan, Amir Jan Mutaki, pointed out that “The Islamic Emirate hopes to maintain friendly relations with the international community and coexist with all countries including neighboring countries.”
Mutaki also emphasized that the Afghan territory will not be used to attack other countries-this is one of the commitments adopted by the organization in the peace agreement reached with the United States in February 2020-and then defend “peace and peace in Afghanistan”. Stability is good. Xinhua News Agency reported that stability is good for countries and regions around the world.
Mid-August saw the Taliban take power after they entered Kabul after President Ashraf Ghani had fled. They announced that they would form a government without women or other political parties in Afghanistan.