Karzai and Abdullah are actually under house arrest in Kabul
The Taliban left the head of the Supreme Council for National Reconciliation in Afghanistan, Abdullah Abdullah, and former President Hamid Karzai without bodyguards and cars. This is reported by CNN with reference to its own source.
It is noted that members of the Taliban movement confiscated weapons from Karzai's bodyguards, and also took his cars. As a result, Karzai moved to Abdullah's house, where both members of the Coordinating Council for the Peaceful Transition of Power from the former government to the Taliban were left unguarded and virtually under house arrest.
Earlier it was reported that Karzai and Abdullah are negotiating with the Taliban to achieve peace in the country.
On August 15, the Taliban movement announced the establishment of control over the entire territory of Afghanistan. Its representatives took control of state television in Kabul and in their address called on citizens to calm down. Afghan President Ashraf Ghani agreed to resign and quickly fled the country, stuffing a helicopter with money.
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