Acting Afghan Interior Minister Abdul Satar Mirzakwal said there would be no attack on Kabul and that a peaceful transfer of power was planned for the transitional administration. He said talks were currently under way between the government and the Taliban.
According to CNN, in light of the current situation, President Ashraf Ghani held an emergency meeting with the US Special Representative and NATO officials.
According to the Taliban, they do not plan to take the capital by force. Zabula Mujahid, a spokesman for the group, said all fighters in the group had been ordered to be on alert at the entrances to the capital until a peaceful transfer of power took place.
In addition, the radical group claims that the lives, property and dignity of the people of Kabul are not in danger.