Principal members of the Provisional Government Taliban This Tuesday with Special envoys from Russia, China and PakistanThis is a new step for fundamentalists to gain international recognition.
Taliban Prime Minister Mullah attended the meeting Hassan Ahond, Minister of Foreign Affairs, Amir Khan Mutaki, And the person in charge of finance, Hedayatullah BadriTogether with the Russian representative, Zamir Kabulov,Chinese Yue Xiaoyong And Pakistanis Mohamed Sadik Khan.
“During the meeting, the current and future situation in Afghanistan was discussed in general,” a spokesperson for the Islamist political office in Qatar told EFE. Naim Wodak.
Participants also discussed “the relationship between the two countries Afghanistan And its interaction with the international community,” he said.
Meet for the first time
its about The first meeting was officially announced Since the organization took control of Kabul on August 15 and announced key administrative positions on September 7, there have been clashes between members of the Taliban’s provisional government and representatives from Russia, China, and Pakistan.
The meeting is where the fundamentalists are striving for Obtain international recognition Before the warnings of most countries in the world.
The lack of recognition has left Afghanistan and the Taliban not only geopolitically isolated and helpless, but also lack of resources. International organizations have frozen most of the available funds in this Asian country.
“Our government provides security and control of the entire country, recognizing that all international requirements of a country have been fulfilled. Now the international community has a responsibility to recognize us,” he said today. Taliban Spokesperson Zabihullah Mujahid.
Mujahid said at a press conference that Iran, Qatar, Pakistan and other countries are providing advice to Islamists in this regard.
The meeting with the special envoy was held on the same day that the Taliban appointed other members of the interim government.
Of the twenty positions appointed today, only a few representatives Non-Pashtuns, Most Taliban and other minorities, and No woman.
Mujahid assured that In the future “they will appoint women to certain positions”, Similar to the promise made on September 7 last year.
The spokesperson added that they are “committed to women’s rights,” but they need more time to formulate “some regulations and norms” and ensure that they are working to “open” girls’ middle schools as soon as possible.