Foreign Ministry of the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan said that European representatives pledged $11 million to Afghanistan’s educational sector and added that the money will increase based on the needs.

The meeting was conducted in the Qatari capital Doha where the acting Foreign Minister of the IEA, Amir Khan Motaqi is leading a delegation that is meeting the city-based European diplomats.

The Foreign Ministry in a press release said that the Afghan delegation discussed with European representatives the humanitarian situation, humanitarian assistance, women’s and minorities’ rights, women’s education and working opportunities, and the participation of all ethnic groups in the government.

The visiting Afghan delegation has also briefed European envoys about the reopening of schools and universities in the country, according to the statement.

As per the statement, the Afghan delegation has assured European envoys of their commitment to the rights of all Afghans.

The visit of the delegation comes as another Taliban delegation is busy visiting the UK, the latter is also supposed to co-host a summit of the UN over the Afghanistan crisis.