Ashraf Ghani left the country while Taliban forces were at the gates of Kabul, Afghan media reported Sunday.
According to daylinews.ir, informed sources confirmed the veracity of the news of Ghani, the President of Afghanistan, leaving Afghanistan.
Ghani is leaving for Tajikistan, media reported.
Novosti also quoted a source in the presidential palace as saying that Ghani had agreed to resign.
The source added: “The conflict in Kabul cannot be prevented.”
Earlier, Ghani met with a Taliban delegation to review the transfer of power.
Ashraf Ghani, Hamdallah Moheb, national security adviser, and Fazl Fazli, director general of the presidential office, arrived in Tajikistan.