The National Security Advisor of the former Afghan government, Hamdulalh Mohib, stated that he spoke with Ahmad Masoud, the National Resistance Front leader about matters revolving around the return of democracy and the republican system.
Hamdullah Mohib, in a tweet on Friday, the 14th of October, said that he and Ahmad Masoud discussed about the current situation in Afghanistan and the return of democracy and the republican system in Afghanistan that protects the Afghan values including the national flag.
According to the tweet, the former National Security Advisor has discussed the situation in Afghanistan in a series of talks with different Afghan politicians.
In recent remarks to the international media, the former national security adviser of Afghanistan emphasized the need for unity among all movements in order to establish a political consensus.
According to Mohib, who spoke with Radio Liberty, people and individuals start movements, but the movements are unfortunately ineffective on their own.
The movements must be coordinated, and political solutions must be found, in order to speak with one voice and solve Afghanistan’s issues.
A political consensus is needed, according to Hamdullah Mohib, but for this consensus, all movements must come together as one.
The Taliban seized control of Afghanistan for the second time in 20 years at a time when the republican system in Afghanistan collapsed, the country’s former leaders fled, and the army built over the previous two decades was dismantled.
More feathers on their puppet hats and more misery for Afghans. If these clowns had done their job right the past 20 years there would be no need for the fake resistance.