The idea was mooted by the British during a phone call with French President Emmanuel Macron on Monday (16), a day after the Taliban Islamic fundamentalist group regained power in Asia.
According to a Downing Street report, the two leaders said the UK and France were at the UN. Agreed to work together on the Security Council.
Johnson stressed that “any future government must recognize and take a collective decision to prevent the refugee and humanitarian crisis.”
In addition, the two defended the “importance of working together for the long-term future of Afghanistan and the urgent need for security for its citizens and others.”
Yesterday (15), Johnson said the Taliban should not be recognized by any country as the state of Afghanistan and explained that the international community needed a “united position” to talk to the rebels.
“We want a united state of like-minded people,” he said in a video.
London holds the rotating leadership of the G7, which unites Germany, Canada, the United States, France, Italy, Japan and the European Union. (ANSA)
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