“We will provide security to citizens and diplomatic missions. We are ready to dialogue with all Afghan figures and we guarantee them the necessary protection,” they assured from the movement.

The head of the Taliban Political Office, Mullah Baradar, declared on Sunday that the movement’s swift victory over the Afghan government was an “incomparable feat”, but that it was the “true test” of ruling effectively and serving the people. solving their problems will begin now that they have gained power, Reuters reports .

Baradar said that the victory of the group, which took control of the main cities of Afghanistan in a week, “has no comparison” with anything in the world.

For its part, the spokesman of the Political Bureau of the Taliban, Mohammad Naeem,  said to Channel A’s Jazeera that “the war is over in Afghanistan” and will soon be clear on the type of government and the regime implanted in the country.

“We assure everyone that we will provide security to citizens and diplomatic missions. We are ready to dialogue with all Afghan figures and we guarantee them the necessary protection,” the spokesman said.

Previously, Al Jazeera published several images of the Taliban inside the Presidential Palace in Kabul. This Sunday, the movement  announced  that it has managed to take control of the entire territory of Afghanistan.

Hours earlier, the until recently Afghan president, Ashraf Ghani, left the country. Ghani explained that he decided to resign his position and leave the nation to “avoid bloodshed” after the arrival of the Taliban in Kabul.

“The Taliban did it to get me out, they are here to attack all of Kabul and the people of Kabul,” the former president wrote on his Facebook page. “To avoid bloodshed, I thought it best to leave,” he continued.

According to Al Jazeera, Ghani, his wife, his chief of staff and his national security adviser have gone to the Uzbek capital, Tashkent. Meanwhile, RT sources report that the former president and his wife are currently in Tajikistan.