MADRID, Aug. 15 (.) –
The Taliban have affirmed that the “conquest” of Kabul two years ago showed that there is no place in Afghanistan for “invaders”, in a message that they have made to coincide with the second anniversary of the current regime and in which they have vindicated their alleged safety achievements.
The Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan, the official name of the regime, was reinstated two decades after its previous stage, which has resulted in a reduction in rights, a worsening of the humanitarian situation and almost total isolation from the international community.
“Now, security is guaranteed, the whole of the territory is controlled by a single regime, there is an Islamic system in force and everything is explained from the prism of ‘sharia'” or Islamic law, the Taliban celebrate, on the other hand, according to a note collected by the Ariana chain.
“The conquest of Kabul once again demonstrated that no one can control the proud nation of Afghanistan,” they added, stressing the failure of the “invaders” who will not be able to “threaten the independence and freedom” of the Asian country.
The capture of Kabul was the end of a cascade of regional conquests by the Taliban, who for months were eating up ground from the Afghan Army with hardly any opposition and when the international troops were already in the process of withdrawing. The then president, Ashraf Ghani, fled the country amid insurgent advances.