The “Communication and Return” board, which was established on March 16 for the return of Afghans abroad to their countries, started its work with a press conference held in the capital city of Kabul.
In his speech at the meeting, Shahabuddin Dilaver, Deputy Minister of Mines and Petroleum of the Taliban impermanent government, and Leader of the Connection and Return Committee, said that all the politicians who fought against them in the last 20 years were forgiven and they wanted them to return to their countries.
Şahabuddin Dilaver reminded that Afghanistan is also the country of the Afghans, and stated that the politicians returning to the country will be given a document of credibility and their security will be provided and temporary accommodation will be offered.
The spokesperson of the commission, Ahmadullah Vasik, also noted that the committee will first create a list of all politicians abroad and gather information about them, and then contact them. Vasik emphasized that Afghans who return to the country will not be arrested and will not be punished, and if they do not feel confident, they will be given defense.
After the Taliban took over Kabul on August 15, many people left the country.