Daily Reuters is told by Anas Haqqani, a senior Taliban leader, that Afghanistan’s new government will be announced within the next few days

According to the Taliban, the formation of Afghanistan’s new government has reached its final stages after the US pulled out all its troops from the country.

According to Anas Haqqani (a senior Taliban leader), “The government will be formed in the next few days.” told Daily Reuters.

The Taliban declared Afghanistan a “free and sovereign” nation as it hailed the exit of US troops after 20 years of occupation, describing their departure as a “historic moment”.

As the last US soldiers left Afghanistan, Taliban fighters took control of Kabul’s Airport on Tuesday.

Zabihullah Mujahid, a Taliban spokesperson, stated that the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan was a sovereign and free nation, while speaking to journalists at Kabul’s airport.

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According to the Taliban, they plan to open the passenger section of the airport to commercial flights within the next few days. This would allow people to leave the country.

Bellis stated that while the evacuation efforts are over because foreign forces have left, the Taliban claim they will stand by their word and allow commercial flights to be made once everything is operational.

Daily Reuters was told by a Taliban source that a government would be declared in the coming days. However, former officials of government had no role.