Afghan President Ashraf Ghani flew from Kabul to Tajikistan, the Asia-Plus news agency reported, citing government official Sajad Nuristani.
According to him, Ghani will travel to a third country after arriving in Tajikistan. The president is accompanied by his national security adviser Hamdullah Muhib and the head of the Fazl administration, Mahmoud Fazli.
The information that President Ghani flew out of Afghanistan was also confirmed by the country’s largest TV channel TOLOnews.
Currently, the Afghan authorities are preparing to transfer power to the Taliban (the organization is banned in Russia). The radicals, in turn, call on Afghan President Ashraf Ghani and the country’s leadership to work together and insist on a change of government “as soon as possible.”
Earlier it was reported that the government delegation of Afghanistan, together with the head of the country’s Supreme Council for National Reconciliation, Abdullah Abdullah, will go to Qatar to reach a political agreement with the Taliban.