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Taliban send diplomatic envoys to Pakistan

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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.

Officials of the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan said that the interim government has sent four diplomatic envoys to run the Islamabad-based embassy and three consulates in Peshawar, Karachi, and Quetta.

Mullah Muhammad Shekib is appointed as the first secretary of charge d’affair and acting Afghan ambassador, and Hafiz Muhibullah, Mullah Muhammad Abbass, and Mullah Muhammad Rasool were appointed as consuls in Peshawar, Karachi, and Quetta respectively.

The Taliban diplomats were all issued visas in the Kabul-based Pakistan embassy.

It is rumored that Pakistan is not the only country where the Taliban have sent their diplomats but they have similar arrangements in Qatar and Saudi Arabia.

None of these countries have recognized the Taliban’s interim government.

Taliban have argued that they sent their diplomats to Pakistan after the demand from people and to facilitate issuance of Afghanistan visas in that country.

Afghanistan has been without an ambassador in Islamabad since July this year after the previous Afghan government called back their ambassador Najibullah Alikhil over his daughter’s kidnapping in the Pakistani capital.

Afghanistan’s embassies in other countries are still run by the previous government’s envoys.

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