Afghanistan (IP) - The Spokesman of Kabul's Governor says maintaining security in Afghanistan is the most significant achievement of the 1-year-old Taliban government. Taliban one year on; security, economy of Afghanistan after US withdrawal

Iran PressAsia: Ziya'allah Hashemi told Iran Press (IP) about the Taliban's achievements during the past year and that the sectors in charge of security and employment tried their best in the past year. 

Hashemi said that to prevent the youth's migration, a council of youth and a board of Ulammas (cleric scholars) were formed to encourage them to stay in their country and serve its development. 

Concerning the US policy to the Taliban and the Afghan people, the spokesman told IP that the US stole the Afghan people's money. Still, despite the betrayal, the Afghan economy remained active.  

He said that the Taliban did not need the US help, calling on the US to give back the Afghan nation's money. With the US forces escaping from Afghanistan after 20 years of invasion, the Taliban took power on August 15, 2021.

The Taliban announced that their way of ruling would be different from the previous Afghan government. Still, many international entities and the Afghan people criticized the performance of the Taliban interim government. 

During the last year, several bloody attacks were carried out in different parts of Afghanistan, mostly in mosques. On Monday, an explosion of a bomb planted in a car in Afghanistan's Kabul injured four people. 


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