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Taliban announced the composition of the government

Taliban announced the composition of the government

Taliban announced the composition of the government

Prime Minister - Mohammad Hasan Akhund

Mullah Mohammad Hasan Akhund is the head of the leadership council of the movement known as Shura. He was one of the leaders of the Taliban's armed uprising against the Americans.

His first deputy is Abdul-Ghani Baradar

Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar, also known as Mullah Baradar Akhund, is a field commander and leader of the political wing of the Afghan Taliban. One of the co-founders of the Taliban in 1994. Deputy Mullah Mohammed Omar and head of the council Quetta Shura.

His second deputy is Abdul-Salam Hanafi

Mawlavi Abdul Salam Hanafi is a senior Afghan Taliban leader and central member of the negotiating team in the Qatar office. He also served as Deputy Minister of Education in the Taliban government. They say that Abdul Salam Hanafi belongs to the Uzbeks of the Jowzjan province.

Foreign Minister - Amir Khan Mottaki

Amir Khan Motaki also served as Taliban spokesman for United Nations negotiations during the Taliban regime.

Amir Khan Motaki is considered a prominent member of the Taliban and also served as Minister of Information and Culture during the Taliban regime. Amir Khan Motaki was a member of the Taliban regional council as of June 2007. He has been a member of the Taliban High Council since June 2007.

Head of the Ministry of Defense - Mullah Yakub

Mullah Mohammad Yakub is the son of the founder of the Taliban, Mullah Omar.

At the same time, forces loyal to Mullah Yakub control Kandahar, which is considered a stronghold of the movement in Afghanistan.

Interior Minister - Anas Haqqani

Anas is the younger brother of Sirajuddin Haqqani, deputy head of the current Taliban, Haybatullah Akhundzada, and head of the Haqqani Taliban group, notorious for its massive attacks, including against civilians. In 2014, Anas Haqqani was arrested along with another member of the group in Bahrain, and was subsequently transferred to Afghanistan, serving a sentence at the Bagram base

Head of the Ministry of Culture and Information - Zabiullah Mujahid

Covers Taliban activities in eastern, northern and central Afghanistan, while Ahmadi reports on the western and southern regions. Communicates with journalists by phone, email, Twitter.

As a Taliban spokesman, Mujahid broadcasts the group's messages to Afghan and other international media. He is responsible for confirming or refuting the group's involvement in attacks in Afghanistan. He also posts propaganda videos on his Twitter showing the Taliban's accomplishments throughout the conflict.

Head of the Ministry of Communications - Mullah Abdul-Khak Wasik

was held in extrajudicial detention in the Guantanamo detention camps. , in Cuba . His serial number for internment at Guantanamo was 4. US intelligence analysts estimated he was born in 1971 in Ghazni province, Afghanistan.

Head of the Ministry of Finance - Mullah Eyadullah Badri

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