Kareem Baghdad. The international community is a barrier to the Taliban. These sources were first provided by the Taliban. They want to get out of shape: an extremist movement, made up of anti-progressives, anti-women and anti-Western Muslims.
To rule, they need international recognition. They have already established relations with China, Russia and Iran, to name a few.
The Taliban have already expressed their desire to see the establishment of an inclusive government with the participation of other elements of Afghan political life.
Also, at the invitation of the Pakistani government to discuss the future of Afghanistan, a group of Tajik and Hazara leaders – including former vice presidents of the Republic – is in Islamabad.
The United States and the European Union have declared that any assistance or recognition of the Taliban depends on how they treat civilians, especially women. So their behavioral improvement is at risk. In recent years, changes have been seen in terms of freedom, especially press freedom and the freedom of women to study and work. I think the Taliban are not free from international pressure.
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