Reasons Why Afghanistan President Ashraf Ghani Escaped With $169million

Reasons Why Afghanistan President Ashraf Ghani Escaped With $169million
Reasons Why Afghanistan President Ashraf Ghani Escaped With $169million

 

 

Ashraf Ghani the Afghan President escaped his country with 169 million dollars in his helicopter full of cash and has been granted asylum in Dubai for “humanitarian reasons”, it is known.

Ashraf Ghani ran away from his country on Sunday night to avoid bloodshed as the Taliban approached the capital, Kabul. He reportedly took four cars and a helicopter loaded with $ 169 million in bags of cash but was forced to leave some of the money because it couldn’t all fit on the flight.

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The former president was also claimed to have flown to Tajikistan but was diverted to Oman when Dushanbe officials denied him permission to land Nikita Ishchenko, embassy spokesperson, said: “As for the collapse of the regime, it is most eloquently characterized by the way Ghani fled Afghanistan.

“Four cars were full of money, they tried to put another part of the money in a helicopter, but not everything fit. And some of the money was left on the track. “But the UAE said today that it will host Afghan President Ashraf Ghani in Dubai” for humanitarian reasons. ”

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In a statement with UAE: “ The UAE Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation can confirm that the UAE has welcomed President Ashraf Ghani and his family to the country on humanitarian grounds.

However, Afghanistan’s Vice President Amrullah Saleh stayed in the country. and he retired to his hometown in the Panjshir Valley, the only region the Taliban have not conquered. It is said that he is concentrating troops to resist the militants.

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The Afghan embassy in Tajikistan, which reportedly rejected Ashraf Ghani’s refuge, removed the former president’s photograph and replaced it with Saleh’s.