Ghani condemns the hacking of his Facebook account after posting a text in favor of the Taliban

Former Afghan President Ashraf Ghani this Monday denounced the hacking of his account on the Facebook social network about an hour after the publication of a statement in favor of the Taliban calling on the international community to recognize the new authorities in the Asian country.

“Ashraf Ghani’s official Facebook page has been hacked since yesterday (Sunday). Not all content published on this page is valid until the page is restored,” said Ghani via his account on the Twitter social network

The statement, recently posted on Facebook, criticized Afghanistan’s permanent representative to the United Nations, Ghulam Mohamad Ishaqzai, who will be speaking to the UN General Assembly later that day, saying that “he has no government or public support”. . “.

Ghani condemns the hacking of his Facebook account after posting a text in favor of the Taliban
Ghani condemns the hacking of his Facebook account after posting a text in favor of the Taliban

“The international community needs to interact with the current government rather than alienating the Afghan people. Help him, give the Afghan people their frozen budget and recognize (the new Taliban authorities), ”the statement said. “Some of my friends may disagree with my opinion,” he added.

“The world needs to understand that if it wants a safe and prosperous Afghanistan it has to extend a hand of friendship to it. It cannot be swayed by the hostility it has experienced over the past 20 years,” reads the Statement still visible on Facebook account of Ghani, who lives in the United Arab Emirates (UAE).

The Taliban, who seized power after their invasion of Kabul in mid-August shortly after fleeing the country of Ghani, have already announced their formation of a government, which is marked by the shortage of women and representatives of other political groups in Afghanistan.

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