Kabul: The Taliban have taken complete control of Panjshir province, the last area in Afghanistan being held by resistance forces.
Taliban spokesman, Zabihullah Mujahid, on Monday announced that the group have completely taken control of Panjshir.
“Some of the insurgents and insurgents in the province were defeated and the rest fled. We assure the people of Panjshir Sharif that they will not be discriminated against in any way, they are all our brothers,” he added.
“With this victory and last effort, the rest of the country will be completely out of the war and our country will have a peaceful and prosperous life in an atmosphere of freedom, independence and prosperity. God willing,” he concluded.
Meanwhile, according to sources, former Afghanistan Vice president Amrullah Saleh fled to Tajikistan before the final siege of the Taliban.
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