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Afghan Intrime Regim Committed to Form Inclusive Govt, Says IEA Senior Leader

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Nizamuddin Rezahi
Nizamuddin Rezahi
Nizamuddin Rezahi is a journalist and editor for Khaama Press. You may follow him @nizamrezahi on Twitter.

Mawlawi Abdul Kabir, Taliban’s Deputy Prime Minister met with the European Union special representative for Afghanistan on Saturday and emphasized forming an all-inclusive government.

Taliban in a statement said that Mawlawi Abdul Kabir met with Thomas Nicolson, EU’s special envoy for Afghanistan, and reiterated the current regime is putting every effort to include professional individuals in the government.  

According to the statement, Nicolson has said, “the views of Afghan professionals and experts outside the government should be heard”. The EU strongly supports the education of Afghan male and female students and expects that the educational institutions will reopen for them in the new academic year.

Since the overthrow of the previous regime in August 2021, the Taliban group has formed an exclusive government, in which they dismissed ethnic minorities and women. Over the past 18 months, Afghanistan’s de facto regime has ignored the demands of the regional countries and the international community to establish an all-inclusive government.

Nicolson further reiterated that the EU mission’s presence in Afghanistan is to help the Afghan people, and said the EU and the Taliban leadership can find solutions to the existing challenges through negotiations.

Meanwhile, Abdul Kabir said the EU has played a significantly important role in strengthening relations between the Taliban group and European countries. The senior Taliban member further added that the group has achieved every single condition for recognition – and asked the international community to actively participate in the construction of Afghanistan.

Mr. Kabir further ensured that the Taliban-run administration will not allow anyone including insurgent groups to pose threats against the security of other countries in the region and beyond.

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