Afghanistan: Mullah Baradar promises ‘inclusive’ government | Taliban News

Speaking to Al Jazeera, Taliban leader stresses security is necessary to overcoming challenges facing the country.

Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar, the head of the Taliban’s political office, has told Al Jazeera the group is in the process of forming an inclusive government following its lightning takeover of the country last month.

“I assure the people that we strive to improve their living conditions, and that the government will be responsible to everyone and will provide security because it is necessary for economic development, not just in Afghanistan but in the whole world,” he said in the capital, Kabul.


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Taliban planning ‘inclusive caretaker gov’t’ in Afghanistan | Taliban News

Taliban sources tell Al Jazeera the government will include leaders from all ethnicities and tribal backgrounds.

The Taliban says it is planning an inclusive caretaker government in Afghanistan after the group toppled the Western-backed administration in a stunning sweep earlier this month.

Taliban sources told Al Jazeera that the caretaker government will include leaders from all ethnicities and tribal backgrounds in the country.

Nearly a dozen names are being considered to be part of the new government, sources said.

The duration of the caretaker government is unclear at the moment.

Afghanistan’s ethnic diversity has been at the centre of

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