Hamid Karzai, the former president of Afghanistan traveled to Turkey to meet with some political figures, including senior members of the Supreme Council of the National Resistance of Afghanistan.
Following his recent visit to Germany, Karzai is taking the opportunity to meet with some influential members of the Supreme Council of National Resistance of Afghanistan, currently exiled in Turkey, to find a solution to the current political situation in Afghanistan.
After the interim regime in Kabul allowed Hamid Karzai to leave Afghanistan after their takeover in August 2021, he first headed to the United Arab Emirates, then to Germany, and now to Turkey. It is reported that in Turkey, he will meet Mohammad Mohaqiq, Abdul Rab al-Rasoul Sayyaf some other members of the Supreme Council of Resistance of Afghanistan.
Abdul Rab al-Rasoul Sayyaf, Mohammad Mohaqiq, Atta Mohammad Noor, Marshal Abdul Rashid Dostum, and some other political figures are the members of the council. A group of “prominent and sympathetic” political parties and figures have established a front called the “Supreme Council of the National Resistance of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan” to get rid of the existing situation in Afghanistan.
Mr. Karzai has not yet commented about his trip to Turkey. Previously, he had met with Fazal Ahmad Manawi, the former Minister of Justice of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan, and one of the prominent figures of the National Resistance Front, in Berlin Germany.
It is stated that during Karzai’s visit to the United Arab Emirate, Thomas West, U.S. Special Representative for Afghanistan, Mullah Mohammad Yaqoob Mujahid, the acting Defense Minister of the Taliban Regime, Omar Zakhilwal, the former finance minister, and some other key political figures were also in Dubai.
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