Kabul: Taliban government’s swearing-in ceremony canceled

Doha: Taliban spokesman Sohail Shaheen has announced the cancellation of the cabinet swearing-in ceremony, saying that the swearing-in ceremony of the Taliban’s interim cabinet on September 11 is no longer part of the plan.

Taliban spokesman Sohail Shaheen said that in the first program, we would hold a swearing-in ceremony, for which it was necessary to invite delegations from other countries, while arrangements for protocol and services to the people were needed.

He said that the leadership has decided to announce the ministers immediately as the interim cabinet has been announced and now the function has been canceled.

Earlier, the Taliban announced a swearing-in ceremony on September 20, 20 years after the attacks on the United States.

Earlier, Russia announced that it would not attend the swearing-in ceremony of the Taliban’s interim government.

It may be recalled that the Taliban had announced an interim government on September 7, 2021 in which Mullah Mohammad Hassan Akhund was appointed as the Prime Minister of Afghanistan while Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar and Maulvi Abdul Salam Hanafi were appointed as the Deputy Prime Ministers.


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