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Isolation of Afghanistan is failed policy, did not serve anyone in past: Taliban

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Najibullah Lalzoy
Najibullah Lalzoy
Najibullah Lalzoy is a journalist and editor at Khaama Press. He has a BA degree in journalism.

Taliban’s political office member and their nominee for the UN Suhail Shaheen said that the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan wants to engage with the world and warned that the isolation of Afghanistan in the past proved to be failed and did not serve any party.

Shaheen made the statements in his meeting with ambassadors and representatives of EU, Norway, Sweden, Italy, Netherlands, Japan, South Korea, Canada, UK, and the US in the Qatari capital Doha on Thursday, October 7.

In a series of Twitter posts, Shaheen said that he was accompanied by members of the political office in Doha and all reiterated their commitments to support humanitarian aids to Afghanistan.

“I told the representatives that IEA is a reality and we are ready to engage with the international community and resolve issues through talks and understanding based on mutual interests and positive interaction.” Reads a Tweet.

The UN nominee of the Taliban added that as the winter is approaching in Afghanistan, people will be in desperate need of humanitarian aids.

Shaheen also pledged to be also continuing the projects which are left incomplete.

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