The Taliban appointed an acting governor of Afghanistan Bank

The Taliban appointed Haji Muhammad Idris as acting governor of Afghanistan’s central bank.

Taliban spokesman Zabihullah Mujahid said in a tweet that Haji Muhammad Idris had been appointed by the leadership of the Islamic Emirate as the acting governor of Afghanistan Bank to manage the affairs of government institutions and banking and solve people’s problems.

It should be noted that in Afghanistan, the Taliban have taken over almost all parts of the country, including Kabul, and at present their top leadership, including Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar, is present in the Afghan capital and is considering forming a government in the country. ۔

In view of the uncertain situation, the European Union, the Asian Development Bank, the United Nations and other international organizations have stopped work and taken steps for the safe evacuation of their staff.

A spokesman for UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres added that due to the uncertainty in Afghanistan, the United Nations was focused on protecting thousands of its personnel and partners, as well as providing vital humanitarian and other assistance to millions of Afghans. Has done

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