Taliban team heads to Tashkent for international summit on Afghanistan

A delegation led by Taliban-appointed Foreign Minister Amir Khan Muttaqi left Kabul for Tashkent to attend an international conference on Afghanistan on Monday, the country’s Foreign Ministry spokesman said.

Meanwhile, discussing the situation in Afghanistan and the growing hunger crisis in the country, EU Ambassador to Afghanistan Andreas Von Brandt said that there is a consensus on non-recognition of the Taliban government in the Western world.

According to Brandt, the world is trying to provide humanitarian assistance to the people of Afghanistan, not to the government that came to power through means not provided for in the country’s constitution, Khaama Press reported.

“We have a very cautious approach … and I think … if there are any good things right now it’s that there is a tremendous consensus on non-recognition throughout the Western world and I really don’t know. I don’t see that changing in any way.” the near future,” he said, quoted by TOLOnews. Meanwhile, political analysts believe that the current situation in Afghanistan could worsen if the Taliban leadership does not consider an inclusive government, saying that it could also pave the way for the international community to offer a formal recognition to the group.

“The international community and the people of Afghanistan want the current government to include diverse layers of educated youth and representatives of different ethnic groups,” said another political analyst, Ahmad Monib Rasa.

According to the publication, the Islamic Emirate government had repeatedly said that its leaders had “fulfilled all the promises it made with the United States in the Doha Agreement.” “The Islamic Emirate does not allow anyone to use the territory of Afghanistan against the United States.” United States and its allies,” said Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan spokesman Zabihullah Mujahid. “In addition, the IEA is also committed to providing all Shariah rights to its citizens,” he added.

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Reflecting on the overall security of the country, the spokesman said a “peaceful atmosphere” has been created in the country, where women and men can legitimately participate in the development of Afghanistan.

“In Afghanistan, a normal life and peaceful environment have been created for women and men, and the rights of all minorities are upheld,” he said. “Furthermore, the system and the way of life in Afghanistan are issues related to Afghans.”

The Taliban’s claim to create a peaceful atmosphere for men and women is so ironic to the real picture. Women are denied their basic rights such as education and even freedom of expression, which was seen and condemned by the whole world, but still the Taliban make false claims.

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