Afghanistan’s vice president says he is a “legal interim president” and seeks support and agreement


Afghanistan’s Vice President Amurula Surrey stayed in Afghanistan on August 17 after President Ashraf Ghani fled the country, saying, “I reach out to all leaders and agree to support and agree.” To secure. ” “President of the Legal Caretaker”.

He cited the national constitution adopted in 2004 as the document that guided his statement.

“The state must respect the rule of law, not violence,” he posted on Twitter on August 19. “Afghanistan is too big for Pakistan to swallow and too big for Talib to rule. He humiliates your history and humiliates terrorist groups in posts that appear to be directed at various tribal leaders in Afghanistan. Do not have a chapter about.

Since then, Saleh has worked with Ahmad Masoud to lead the remnants of other militia groups, including Afghan government forces and Defense Minister Bismiller Mohammadi, to increase resistance from the Panjshir Valley to the Taliban. The valley remains without the Taliban.

Massoud is the son of former anti-Soviet Mujahideen commander Ahmad Shah Massoud.

In an editorial published in the Washington Post on August 18, Masoud stated that the United States and its democratic allies were the “only remaining hope” of free Afghanistan.

“There is still much you can do to help the cause of freedom,” he wrote, with support from the Biden administration and its allies for “more weapons, more ammunition, and more supplies.” Asked.

Former Afghan President Hamid Karzai and Peace Council Chair Abdullah Abdullah also remain in the country. They have been negotiating with the Kabul Taliban since the crab flight.

Melanie Sun