Qatari Emir Sheik Tamim Bin Hamad Al-Thani called on the international community to get engaged with the Taliban and provide the country with humanitarian aid so that they prevent the country’s isolation.

The Emir who was speaking at the UN’s annual gathering in New York said that this is the responsibility of the international community to help Afghanistan reach a political solution and ends its four-decade conflicts.

The call on the international community comes as the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan has not been recognized by any country now after more than one month of rule over the entire country.

Al-Thani said that the role of the international community is of utmost importance in Afghanistan and the world should support the country irrespective of political conflicts.

“The US decision of full withdrawal from Afghanistan was important and now this is firstly the responsibility of the Afghans and then of the international community to reach a political solution and end 40 years of conflicts.” Said Al-Thani.

Earlier, the foreign minister and deputy Prime Minister of the Qatar was first foreign high-ranking official visiting the Taliban’s interim premier after they declared caretaker cabinet.

Sheikh Muhammad bin Abdurahman Al-Thani had underscored that an all-inclusive government is important to be shaped in Afghanistan.