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If he had not escaped, Kabul would have been destroyed, Ashraf Ghani

Former Afghan President Ashraf Ghani has defended his decision to flee the country with the arrival of the Taliban earlier this year, saying he did it to prevent the destruction of Kabul.

According to the BBC report, he said that the Taliban fighters had agreed not to enter Kabul but two hours later they broke their promise.

Ashraf Ghani said that two different factions of the Taliban were approaching from two different directions and there was a possibility of a large-scale clash between them which could destroy the city of 5 million.
Read more: Ashraf Ghani agrees to flee on call from Pakistan, American newspaper

The former Afghan president has agreed to allow many of his close associates to leave Kabul.

He said his wife was not happy to leave Kabul and his national security adviser went to Carlene but did not bring a car. When he returned, he was terrified. Then everyone will be killed.

Ashraf Ghani said that he did not give me more than two minutes, my instructions were to prepare for departure for Khost [city] but was told that Khost and Jalalabad are under Taliban control.

“I didn’t know where we were going. When we took off, it became clear that we were leaving [Afghanistan]. It was really sudden,” said the former Afghan president.

“I want to make it clear that I did not take any money out of the country, my lifestyle is known to everyone, what will I do with the money?”

Ashraf Ghani acknowledged that mistakes had been made, including “assuming that the patience of the international community remains.”

He also referred to the agreement reached between the Taliban and the United States under former US President Donald Trump, which paved the way for the events of August 15.

“Instead of the peace process, we got the evacuation process, the way the agreement was made, it wiped us out,” he said.

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