国営メディアで再生された30分の音声は、タリバンがカブールを占領し、3か月前に国の支配を確保して以来、モハメッドハッサンアフンドによる最初のそのような公開演説でした。. The Taliban takeover led to a shut-off of international aid to the government and the blocking of billions of dollars in Afghan assets held abroad, worsening an already crumbling economy.
Akhund said the problems of worsening unemployment and the financial meltdown had begun under the previous, 我ら.-backed government, adding that Afghans should not believe claims that the Taliban were to blame.
“国家, be vigilant. Those left over from the previous government in hiding are … causing anxiety, misleading the people to distrust their government,” 彼は言った.
The ousted government had run “the weakest system in the world,” 彼は言った, pointing to pervasive corruption. 対照的に, 彼は言った, the Taliban are eliminating corruption and have brought security around the country.
“We are trying as much as possible to solve the problems of the people. We are working overtime in every department,” Akhund said, adding that the group had formed committees to try to the resolve the economic crisis and pay salaries to government employees, who have largely gone without pay for months.
アメリカ合衆国. officials have warned of a humanitarian crisis with millions of Afghans plunging deeper into poverty and facing hunger — with increasing numbers on the verge of starvation. Afghanistan has been hit by one of its worst famines in decades, and the economic collapse has meant many people are unable to afford food.
Akhund urged people to pray for an end to the famine, 彼が呼んだ “a test from God, after people rebelled against Him.”
The United States and other countries have refused to recognize the Taliban government until it includes more of Afghanistan’s ethnic and political spectrum — as well as women — and until it guarantees women’s rights.
All the ministers in the current Cabinet come from the Taliban’s ranks. The Taliban have not completely barred women from the public sphere as they did during their previous rule in the late 1990s. But they have ordered most women government employees not to come to work and have not let high school girls return to school, though they allowed younger girls.
Akhund dismissed the demands, saying the government has members from around the country. He insisted the Islamic Emirate — as the Taliban call their government — “has saved women’s dignity.”