Ali Maysam Nazari, a spokesman for the resistance forces in Panjshir, said that the resistance forces in Panjshir are changing their tactics, according to the “Russia Today” website.
The spokesman added: “They (Taliban fighters) are now withdrawing to the mountains, and from there they will continue the confrontation .. and the confrontations will turn into a guerrilla war with the Taliban.”
The “Taliban” movement has almost completely controlled Afghanistan, including the capital, Kabul, while Ahmed Shah Massoud’s forces are still fighting for control of the last province not under their control, which is the province of Panjshir.
The “Taliban” movement announced earlier its control of the state, but Ahmed Masoud’s forces announced their continuation of the resistance against the movement.
On August 15, Taliban gunmen entered the Afghan presidential palace, hours after President Ashraf Ghani left the country, after agreeing to resign from office.
This came after the “Taliban” movement ordered its fighters to enter the Afghan capital, Kabul, with the continued progress of the Taliban movement in Afghan territory.
Taliban officials said they do not want a transitional government and that they expect to take full power in Afghanistan.
Other officials in the movement indicated that it would seek to implement a comprehensive Islamic system of government in the country, and they talked about declaring an “Islamic Emirate” from the presidential palace soon.