“We ask all countries and entities to sit with us and solve any problems,” he said in an interview. Al-Jazeera Principal spokesperson Taliban, Muhammad Naim. Iran, China and Russia are three countries that seem most interested in accepting the invitation.
Everyone keeps embassies working in Kabul, and Russian Ambassador Dmitry Zhirnov will meet with a Taliban representative this Tuesday. Moscow has already established “working contacts with the new authorities” and ensures that the Taliban have begun “to restore public order”. In an extraordinary session of the Security Council, Russian Ambassador to the United Nations, Vasily Nebenzia“It’s not worth panicking,” he said.
Like Russia, which hosted a Taliban delegation in Moscow in July, Russia did as well. China established relations with the group before its military victory. What anonymous officials suggested – Beijing’s willingness to cooperate with the Taliban in rebuilding – is now assumed. “The Taliban have expressed their expectation to develop good relations with China and to see China participate in the reconstruction and development of Afghanistan… We appreciate this willingness,” the Chinese multinational ministry reported. “China respects the will and choice of the Afghan people,” he added.
I s New Iranian President Ebrahim RaisiHe says that “US military failure” provides an “opportunity to restore life, security and lasting peace in Afghanistan.” main shipping o Diplomat Mohammad Javad Zarif To keep you updated – Former Foreign Minister Hassan Rouhani, Zarif has been closely following the Afghan situation for many years. Meanwhile, Tehran announced that it is building shelters for Afghans arriving at the border in three eastern provinces.
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