The Islamic Emirate of Taliban said the US has agreed not to give half of Afghanistan frozen aids to charity organizations.
The US special envoy for Afghanistan, Thomas West, and the Islamic Emirate’s acting Foreign Minister Amir Khan Muttaqi and their accompanying delegations met in Antalya, Turkey on Friday.
Following months of negotiations on the operation of the Kabul Hamid Karzai International Airport after the Taliban took control of the country, the IE has said that an agreement with Turkey and Qatar is to be expected soon.
Wang said the United States walked away irresponsibly from Afghanistan, leaving the Afghan people in a serious humanitarian crisis and creating enormous security challenges to regional stability
The West is out to have people of its choice included in the Taliban government, according to the IE envoy-designate to the United Nations.
West said the US is concerned about the possible increase in Daesh and Al-Qaida activity in Afghanistan, and stressed that Daesh is the shared enemy of Kabul and Washington, and the US wants the Islamic Emirate to succeed in suppressing Daesh.
The United States’ former special representative for Afghanistan Zalmay Khalilzad accused the former Afghan government of dawdling in intra-Afghan negotiations in Doha that failed and did not conclude in any pact.
Hanafi urged the government of Qatar to provide further assistance to Afghanistan’s education sector.
A senior Taliban member has claimed that silent international recognition of the Islamic Emirate government of Afghanistan is currently underway
The United Nations has removed former president Ashraf Ghani’s name from its list of Heads of State.