From 1996 to 2001, Afghanistan was ruled by the Taliban. After 20 years, Afghanistan was once again occupied by the Taliban. The current government of Afghanistan will hand over power to the interim government after talks on Sunday.
Male and female students will continue their studies in all public and private educational institutions across the country. Students, lecturers and officials in the field of higher education should not worry about this war situation in any way. It has been informed that there will be no negative changes in the education sector.
A Taliban spokesman told Reuters that women were allowed to leave the house alone. They can also work. But they have to wear hijab. He also said that the matter of punishment will depend on the court. Freedom of media will be given. They say foreigners can leave Afghanistan if they want. But if they want to stay in Afghanistan, they have to register with the Taliban administration.
Meanwhile, after the talks, the current government of Afghanistan will hand over power to the interim government. And the country's former interior minister and diplomat Ali Ahmad Jalali can take responsibility as the head of this interim government. This information was reported by the Russian media Tas with reference to Al Arabiya TV channel.
According to diplomatic sources, Jalali has been elected as the head of Afghanistan's interim government. The TV channel reported that he has taken over as the head of the interim administration of Afghanistan. Lebanon's Al Mayadeen television channel reported that Afghan President Ashraf Ghani's plane was ready to leave Kabul.