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Continuing their advance in Afghanistan, the Taliban began to enter the capital, Kabul.
The statement was made by the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Afghanistan. According to the statement, Taliban forces are entering Kabul from all directions.
Taliban militants are said to have entered the industrial zone of Bagrami, 8 kilometers from central Kabul, and Dasht-i Berchi, 5 kilometers away.
CHAOS IN KABUL
It was observed that the tense wait continued and chaos reigned in central Kabul.
“WE WILL NOT USE THE POWER”
Taliban spokesman Zabihullah Mujahid announced on his Twitter account that they would not take the center of the capital Kabul by force.
The mujahideen announced that they would not engage in conflicts due to the density of population of Kabul, that they wanted to take the center of the capital by negotiations and that they ordered the members of the Taliban to wait at the entry points in the city center.
EXPLANATION FROM THE MINISTRY OF FOREIGNERS
The Turkish Foreign Ministry also issued a statement asking Turkish citizens who wish to leave Afghanistan to immediately notify the Turkish Embassy in Kabul. The embassy number was shared as “+93 79 782 82 83”.
THEY FREE THE PRISONERS
Finally, the Taliban captured the cities of Mazar-i Sharif and Meymene, the country’s fourth city. It was said that Afghan army forces surrendered to the organization.
After the organization entered the city, they released all the prisoners from the prison. Former Balkh governor Ata Muhammed Nur announced that he and Marshal Rashid Dostum had fled to a safe place.
THE UNITED STATES MASTER EVACUATION
The United States is trying to evacuate embassy workers in Kabul. The number of additional troops to be sent for the evacuation has increased from 3,000 to 5,000.
President Joe Biden announced the decision in a written statement. Biden said the soldiers would evacuate employees and their families safely from the country.
The US president has also intimidated the Taliban. Biden said any action that endangered soldiers and personnel would face a “swift and forceful response.”