The Taliban in Afghanistan has established an interim government
Overseas Network, October 13thA senior Qatar official said on Tuesday (12th) that Qatar believes that it is not a priority to recognize the Afghan Taliban government, and the focus should be on contacting the new Afghan government and solving humanitarian issues.
According to the Afghan Dawn News Network on the 13th, Qatar’s foreign minister’s special envoy, Mutlaq Al-Qahtani, called on other countries to engage with the Taliban more deeply, and at the same time urged the Atta regime to act as a “responsible” government and respect women. The right to work and the right of girls to go to school. Al-Qatani said at a global security forum in Doha, “We don’t think this (recognition) is a priority. As we say now, what is more important is humanitarian, education, and the free passage of tourists.” Al-Katana Tani said the only way out is to provide “more cooperation, coordination and assistance” to the Atta government.
Nearly two months after the collapse of the former Afghan government supported by the West and the entry of Taliban forces into Kabul, the Taliban regime is actively establishing relations with other countries to help avoid a catastrophic economic crisis. Qatar is currently hosting talks between the Taliban and Western officials. (Overseas Net Hou Xingchuan)
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