Former Afghan President Ashraf Ghani promises to return, saying, ‘Don’t believe individuals who say I betrayed you’

Previous Afghan President Ashraf Ghani stated on Wednesday that he supports talks between the Taliban and former senior officials. He denied taking huge sums of money out of the country before fleeing to the UAE. Ghani, making his first public appearance since abandoning Kabul as the Taliban surrounded the capital on Sunday, a choice that resulted in the Taliban’s complete rule, emphasized that he departed to save further carnage in the country.

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He stated in a pre-recorded video statement posted to his Facebook page that he had no intention of remaining in exile in the Gulf country and was “in talks” to return home. He also declared that he was attempting to “defend Afghan control over our nation,” but provided no further details. Ghani spoke from the UAE, which declared on Wednesday that he was being held there for “humanitarian reasons.”

He stated in a pre-recorded video statement posted to his Facebook page that he had no intention of remaining in exile in the Gulf country and was “in talks” to return home. He also declared that he was attempting to “defend Afghan control over our nation,” but provided no further details. Ghani spoke from the UAE, which declared on Wednesday that he was being held there for “humanitarian reasons.”

He stated in a pre-recorded video statement posted to his Facebook page that he had no intention of remaining in exile in the Gulf country and was “in talks” to return home. He also declared that he was attempting to “defend Afghan control over our nation,” but provided no further details. Ghani spoke from the UAE, which declared on Wednesday that he was being held there for “humanitarian reasons.”

He stated in a pre-recorded video statement posted to his Facebook page that he had no intention of remaining in exile in the Gulf country and was “in talks” to return home. He also declared that he was attempting to “defend Afghan control over our nation,” but provided no further details. Ghani spoke from the UAE, which declared on Wednesday that he was being held there for “humanitarian reasons.”

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