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Mutual Interactions of Countries with IEA Menas Recognition, Muttaqi Says

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

Taliban’s acting Foreign Minister Amir Khan Muttaqi has said the current government is inclusive and mutual interactions of the world countries with the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan literally means recognizing the regime.

The press office of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Taliban in an announcement on Thursday (May 25) said that Minister Muttaqi expressed these remarks in a meeting hosted by the political deputy of the prime minister at Sapedar palace.

Pointing to the friendly relations of the neighboring countries and regional governments, Muttaqi said that Afghanistan has good relations with countries including Iran, Pakistan and Central Asian states.

Minister Muttaqi further added that several countries have reopened their embassies in Kabul and Afghan diplomats are serving in the Afghan diplomatic missions in those countries.

The meeting was hosted by the Taliban’s deputy prime minister at Sapedar palace in Kabul in which several cabinet members and influential figures from different segments of the society had participated.

These remarks come as no single country has officially recognized the Taliban’s de facto regime as the legitimate government of Afghanistan.

The international community emphasizes on establishing an all-inclusive government in which people from different segments of society including religious groups, ethnic minorities, women and youth could see themselves represented. Furthermore, the rights of all people of Afghanistan including women and girls should be respected and protected.

On the contrary, the Taliban leadership keeps claiming that their government is already inclusive and that the international community should not interfere in the internal affairs of Afghanistan under the pretext of human rights and all.

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