(ANSA) - ROME, SEPTEMBER 20 - After days of postponements, preparatory activities for the organization of the settlement ceremony of the Taliban government in Afghanistan have begun in Kabul.
This was reported by the Afghan Islamic Press.
A special commission was formed to prepare for the event, according to the designated head of Administrative Affairs, Mawlawi Ahmed Jan Ahmed.
The installation of the interim executive of the sixteen Koranic students, whose composition was announced two weeks ago, has been postponed, among other things, due to the absence of Vice-Premier Abdul Ghani Baradar. According to sources of the same mullahs, Baradar returned to Kabul today after days of mysterious absence from the public scene, in which he had retreated to his stronghold of Kandahar after an alleged clash - officially denied - with the Haqqani network within the Taliban leadership. (HANDLE).