KABUL: The National Security Advisor Hamdullah Mohib says establishing an interim government meant a permanent foreign meddling opportunity in Afghanistan.
Mohib wrote the statement on his Twitter handle after the Taliban insurgent group demanded President Ashraf Ghani’s resignation.
Sher Mohammad Abbas Stanikzai, a member of the Taliban’s negotiating team, told a press conference in Moscow on Friday they were ready to make peace with the government if Ghani resigns.
Mohib said those who did not stop killing Muslims amid a continuation of peace talks must realize that the Afghans now understood the value and importance of democracy.
“There is no more opportunity for any foreign agenda in the country; the interim government means a permanent opportunity for foreign intervention,” he added.