The Taliban movement (banned in Russia and recognized as a terrorist) has decided on the main composition of the Afghan government, the source said.
The head of the political office of the movement, Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar, has been appointed Foreign Minister of the country, the son of the founder of the movement, Mullah Yakub Akhund, has been appointed defense Minister of Afghanistan, RIA Novosti reports, citing a high-ranking representative of the Taliban.
Khalifa Haqqani, the son of one of the leaders of the Taliban, Jalaluddin Haqqani, has been appointed Interior Minister.
Consultations on the creation of a new government have been completed, their results will be announced in the near future, the source said.
Recall that the US has completed the withdrawal of troops from Afghanistan, and the Pentagon announced the end of the evacuation of civilians from Kabul and the US military campaign in Afghanistan. Immediately after that, the Taliban announced that Afghanistan had gained full independence, and the UN Security Council adopted a resolution on Afghanistan calling for the Taliban movement (banned in Russia).