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Pakistan, China, Russia’s envoys meet Taliban premier, Afghan politicians

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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.

Special representatives of Russia, China, and Pakistan to Afghanistan met with the Prime Minister of Afghanistan Mullah Muhammad Hassan Akhund in the presidential Palace (Arg) on Tuesday, September 21.

Zamir Kabulov, Yue Xiaoyong, and Sadiq Khan also met former Afghan President Hamid Karzai and Abdullah Abdullah later in the day.

Abdullah Abdullah in a statement said that the special envoys were also accompanied by their respective ambassadors to Kabul and discussed the ongoing situation in Afghanistan.

As per the statement, the special representatives acknowledged and underscored an all-inclusive and a cabinet that is acceptable to all in the country.

“The envoys underscored establishment of peace and stability, moderate politics, respect to rights of women, and equal education rights for all the people in Afghanistan.” Reads the statement.

The regional and neighboring countries of Afghanistan are among the countries that have their embassies open in Kabul.

In the meantime, UN secretary-General’s special representative to Afghanistan Deborah Lyons met with the Deputy Prime Minister and the Afghan politicians and discussed the humanitarian crisis in the country.

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