Ghani called the decision to leave Kabul the most difficult in his life

Former Afghan President Ashraf Ghani called the decision to leave Kabul “the most difficult in his life.”

“Leaving Kabul was the most difficult decision in my life, but I was sure that this was the only way to prevent the use of weapons, to save Kabul and its six million inhabitants,” Ghani said in a statement published on Twitter.

He again stressed that he left the presidential palace on August 15 after a warning from security guards, whose employees advised to avoid “the terrible street battles that the city experienced during the civil war” of the 90s.

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