“So far, we have seen the interim Cabinet (Taliban), which is by no means inclusive. The continuation of this course is unacceptable to other (political) forces and ethnic groups,” Khalili stressed.
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“This situation will surely become unbearable for the Tajiks and Uzbeks, and they, along with the Hazara, will return to the battlefield,” the Hazara leader said as quoted by TASS, Wednesday (22/9/2021).
Meanwhile, Khalili hopes that with pressure from the global community, the Taliban will not impose its will on the entire population and civil war can be avoided.
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“We are still fighting for it and hope that the Taliban will learn from the 1990s and will be ready to establish an inclusive government and refrain from tyranny,” Khalili continued.
“We cannot be forced to take the path of armed resistance to protect the lives and basic rights of our people,” Khalili warned. According to Khalili, developments in Afghanistan are not only internal problems but also global security threats.
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“I hope that poverty, war and drugs on the one hand and the lack of a legitimate system of government enforced by the people and the global community on the other, will not turn Afghanistan into a breeding ground for terrorist groups, which will not only destroy the region itself. , but also poses a threat to international security,” Khalili said.