New civil, military appointments announced Shaheen appointed head of Doha office


The Islamic Emirate on Friday announced, by the decree of leader Mawlawi Hebtullah Akhundzadah, a number of new appointments.

Zabihullah Mujahid, the spokesman of the Islamic Emirate, said the following people have been newly recruited for military and civil positions: Mawlawi Mohammad Daoud Muzmel, First Deputy Minister for the Ministry of Interior, Mullah Abdul Khaleq Akhund, Deputy Minister for the Ministry of Border and Tribal Affairs, Mullah Mohammad Esa Akhund, General Director of Breshna Sherkat, Mullah Abdul Ghafar Mohammadi, Deputy Commander for Al-Badr 205 Corps, Mawlawi Rahimullah Mahmood, Security Commander (Police Chief) of Kandahar province, Mawlawi Obaidullah, Governor of Parwan province, Mufti Mohammad Idrees, Deputy Governor of Parwan province, Mawlawi Azizullah, Police Chief of Parwan province, Qari Mohammad Naeem, Police Chief of Baghlan province, Qari Baryal, Governor of Kapisa province, Mawlawi Ziaulhaq, Police Chief of Kapisa province, Shaikh Neda Mohammad, Governor of Kabul, Mawlawi Mohammad Yunus Mukhles, Deputy Governor of Kabul, Mawlawi Saad, Head of Intelligence of Kabul, Haji Gul Mohammad, Governor of Nangarhar province, Mawlawi Rabbani, Deputy Governor of Nangarhar province, Mawlawi Qeyam, Police Chief of Nangarhar province, Qari Badr, Police Chief of Kunduz, Shaikh Zar Mohammad, Governor of Nuristan province and Sulaiman Agha, Deputy Governor for Zabul province.

Suhail Shaheen, the Islamic Emirate’s designated permanent representative to the UN, has been appointed head of the Islamic Emirate’s political office in Doha.

A source from the Islamic Emirate told TOLOnews that Shaheen will simultaneously hold the post of the Kabul-designated permanent representative to the UN.

Previously — during the peace negotiations – Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar headed the office. Baradar is now Deputy Prime Minister.

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