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Afghan Interim Govt Appoints Envoy to Afghanistan’s Consulate General in Dubai

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Nizamuddin Rezahi
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Taliban’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs has appointed Abdul Rahman Feda as the chargé d’affaires of the Afghan Consulate General in Dubai.

As per the Taliban foreign ministry’s statement, Abdul Rahman Feda will take office from the current Afghan Consul General Masood Ahmad Azizi effective from March 23. It is clearly highlighted in the statement that Masood Azizi’s office tenure will end on the mentioned date.

Upon the approval of the Taliban’s diplomatic representative in Dubai, the United Arab Emirates will join the group of several other countries in the region, which have handed over Afghanistan’s political missions to the Taliban, without formally recognizing the group’s regime.

Prior to this, Iran, China, Russia, Turkiye, and Pakistan have accepted Taliban diplomats as the representatives of Afghanistan’s Embassy and Consulate Generals.  

Since the international community has not recognized the Taliban regime, these countries cannot officially give credentials to the Taliban Ambassadors. Therefore, to connect and engage with the Taliban officials, these countries have allowed Taliban diplomats to take charge of Afghan embassies in consulates in those countries.

Despite the pressure from the international community on the Afghan interim government accused of violating human rights, the rights of women and girls as well as religious minorities, the regional countries have gradually started to engage with the Taliban.

Handing over Afghanistan’s embassies and diplomatic missions to the Taliban diplomats is the first step towards a new development in the context of Afghanistan.

Many political analysts believe that this move will pave the way for the recognition of Afghanistan’s de facto regime in the coming months by more countries in the region and beyond.

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