December 9, 2021

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The Taliban called on the United States and other countries to recognize their rule in Afghanistan

No country has recognized the Taliban government, which was formed in August.

On Saturday, the Taliban called on the United States and other countries to recognize their government in Afghanistan. According to this fundamentalist movement, maintaining the status quo in which the international community has frozen Afghan accounts abroad may lead to problems not only for Afghanistan but also for the rest of the world. Reuters reported.

“We tell the United States that if the non-recognition continues, and if the Afghan difficulties persist, this is a regional problem that can turn into a global problem,” Taliban spokesman Zabihullah Mujahid told reporters, noting that the recent war between the United States and the Taliban broke out non-existent diplomatic relations.

“The problems that caused the war could be resolved through negotiations, and they could have been resolved through a political settlement,” Mujahid said, adding that recognition by the international community is the right of the Afghan people.

No country has recognized the Taliban government, which was formed in August, but several countries have negotiated with the movement’s leaders.

Chinese Foreign Minister Wang I recently met with Taliban officials in Qatar. Mujahid said on Saturday that Beijing had pledged to provide financial support for the country’s transport infrastructure and to allow Kabul to export goods to the Chinese market via Pakistan.

In a press conference, the Mujahideen also spoke about the border crossings with Pakistan, which have recently been the scene of protests and are often closed. Mujahid added that Taliban officials discussed the issue with the Pakistani foreign minister, who visited Kabul last week.

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The extremist fundamentalist Taliban movement seized power in Afghanistan in mid-August. In September, the caretaker government, led by one of the movement’s founders, Mullah Muhammad Hassan Ashvand, introduced a United Nations sanctions list.