The acting president of Afghanistan Amrullah Saleh, on Thursday (August 19), cautioned both the Taliban and neighbouring Pakistan.
Writing on Twitter, Saleh pointed out that Afghanistan was too big a country to be ruled by the Taliban insurgents and too big for Pakistan to swallow as well.
"Nations must respect the rule of law, not violence. Afghanistan is too big for Pakistan to swallow and too big for Talibs to govern. Don't let your histories have a chapter on humiliation and bowing to terror groups (sic)," Saleh tweeted.
The Taliban had taken control of capital Kabul on Sunday after President Ashraf Ghani had fled Kabul.
"As per d constitution of Afg, in absence, escape, resignation or death of the President the FVP becomes the caretaker President. I am currently inside my country & am the legitimate care taker President. Am reaching out to all leaders to secure their support & consensus (sic)," he had tweeted two days after the Taliban took control of Kabul.
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