Taliban talks about the Kabul airport operation: The situation in Afghanistan was discussed, along with the international airport operations in Kabul, as well as the travel of Afghan and foreign nationals to the war-torn country.
The Taliban contacted a Dutch Foreign Ministry delegation in Doha on Wednesday for their first diplomatic relations with Europe.
Taliban spokesman Mohammad Naeem met with Foreign Ministry officials from the Netherlands to discuss the situation in Afghanistan and the international airport operations in Kabul.
According to Tolo News, an Afghan television news channel, the journey of Afghan and foreign nationals into the war-torn country.
A few days after the United States withdrew its last troops from Afghanistan, the Taliban leadership established contacts with several countries through its political office in Doha.
On Tuesday, Taliban Stanekjoy met Indian Ambassador to Qatar Deepak Mittal at the Indian Embassy in Doha. This is the first time India has been officially recognized since its formation with the Taliban in the 1990s.
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At the meeting, India raised issues such as the safe repatriation of its civilians still stranded in Afghanistan and the use of Afghan soil for anti-India activities and terrorism. Stankezai reported that he had assured the Indian ambassador that these issues would be “resolved positively”.
On the other hand, there were talks between the Taliban and resistance leaders against the Islamic organization and tribal elders in Panjshir. The Panjshir Valley has developed into a center of resistance against the Taliban since the Afghan capital, Kabul, was razed on August 15. The resistance, known as the Northern Alliance, a coalition of Uzbek and Tajik forces, is concentrated in the Panjshir Valley. To continue fighting the Taliban.
Meanwhile, the Taliban have reached a consensus with other Afghan leaders on the formation of a new government in Kabul, led by the organisation’s highest command, Haibatullah Akhundzadah and Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar.