Universities also opened in Afghanistan after the Taliban took control

KABUL: Educational activities have resumed in the Afghan capital, Kandahar and other cities, including Herat.

According to details, universities have also reopened in Afghanistan after the Taliban took control. Educational activities have begun in other cities, including Kabul, Kandahar and Herat.

In some educational institutions in Afghanistan, a veil or board has been put up between boys and girls, the pictures of which have gone viral on social media. In the scenes, it can be seen that the students are studying.

According to a report by a foreign news agency, a senior Taliban leader says that curtains or boards are acceptable between boys and girls in the classroom, at a time when Afghanistan has limited resources and a shortage of manpower.

Russia’s Taliban government has set a condition for attending the swearing-in ceremony

On the other hand, the Taliban are going to announce their new government soon.

The Taliban said on Twitter that the Islamic Emirate had invited Pakistan, Turkey, Qatar, Russia, China and Iran to attend the inauguration of the new government.

Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov says Russia will attend the Afghan government’s swearing-in ceremony and support the Taliban government, but only if all factions are formed.


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