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Afghanistan: The Taliban seem to want to recruit pilots for the army

Afghanistan: The Taliban seem to want to recruit pilots for the army

the Taliban It is alleged that they want to use the former pilots and soldiers of the Afghan armed forces to rebuild the army. There will be some changes and reforms in the army. “But we need them and we will ask them to join us,” Wahidullah Hashemi, who is familiar with the Taliban’s decision-making processes, told Reuters. It is unlikely that the soldiers would actually be able to make the decision themselves.

Above all, the Taliban needed pilots because they did not have any of their planes, but helicopters and planes fell into their hands during the rapid invasion of the country after the withdrawal of foreign forces. Most of them completed their training in Turkey, Germany and England. So we will talk to them so that they can return to their positions,” Al-Hashemi said. In addition, the Taliban are demanding neighboring countries to return military planes with which soldiers have fled.

An interview with Hamid Karzai

Taliban leaders met the former Afghan president on Wednesday Hamid Karzai He met in the capital, Kabul. As the website of the American Institute, which specializes in evaluating Islamic websites, announced, on Wednesday, the Taliban claimed “that they have pardoned all former government officials, and therefore no one has to leave the country.” In addition to Karzai, the ousted government’s chief negotiator for the intra-Afghan peace process, To connect with Abdullahto attend the meeting.

The Taliban published pictures of Karzai with Anas Haqqani, the Taliban negotiator in the peace negotiations in Doha. Anas Haqqani is the brother of the deputy leader of the Taliban and founder of the infamous Haqqani Network, Sirajuddin Haqqani.

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After the fall of the Taliban in 2001, Karzai became the head of a US-backed government. He remained in office until 2014. His successor, Ashraf Ghani, fled the country on Sunday before the Taliban came to power. He is now in Abu Dhabi.