Taliban's supreme leader Hibatullah Akhundzada confirmed to be in Kandahar

KABUL: The Taliban's supreme leader Hibatullah Akhundzada, who has never made a public appearance and whose whereabouts have largely remained unknown, is in Afghanistan, the hardline Islamist group confirmed on Sunday.

Hibatullah Akhundzadahas reportedly met with the tribal leaders of Kandahar province and the IEA is due to release a statement on his behalf, The supreme leader of whom the world has only a single photo is due to come to the Afghan capital and hold a series of discussions with other Taliban officials and Afghan politicians and leaders, the report said. Prior to that, Mullah Abdulghani Baradar, the co-founder of Taliban and head of Taliban's political office in Doha, had also landed in Kandahar territory before coming to Kabul along with a delegation.

The Taliban's governance is said to be conducted from Kandahar province. Negotiations over the upcoming government in Afghanistan are expected to be expedited after the supreme leader arrives in Kabul.

Earlier, the acting minister of information and culture and spokesperson of the Taliban, Zabiullah Mujahid, had said that their cabinet will take shape in the upcoming two weeks.

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