Taliban names two ministers, intelligence chief
The Taliban group has appointed a new finance minister, an intelligence chief, and an interior minister in Afghanistan, according to the Pajhwok news agency. It said Gul Agha would be the finance minister and Sadr Ibrahim would be the interior minister.
Najibullah would be intelligence chief, while Mullah Shirin would be Kabul governor and Hamdullah Nomani the mayor of the capital.
Al Jazeera’s Charles Stratford, reporting from Kabul, said, “These appointments are acting appointments. They are in no way reflecting – at this stage – any potential future government. – Al-Jazeera