The Taliban political office based in Doha said that the United Kingdom and Germany pledged to continue humanitarian assistance to Afghanistan.
Deputy Head of the office, Sher Muhammad Abbas Stanikzai met with the special representatives of the UK and Germany to Afghanistan.
Naeem Wardak, spokesperson of the Taliban’s political office wrote on his Twitter post that the special representative of the UK’s Prime minister to Afghanistan Simon Gass met Stanikzai, and both discussed humanitarian assistance, politics, and security situation, and bilateral relations of Afghanistan.
The Twitter post added, Britain vowed to continue and double their humanitarian assistance with the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan.
In the meantime, Abbas Stanikzai leading a delegation met Germany’s special representative to Afghanistan Markus Potzel in Doha.
As per Naeem Wardak, Stanikzai and Putzel discussed economic growth, repair of Kabul airport, and humanitarian assistance to Afghanistan.
Abbas Stinkzai who is busy discussing Afghanistan’s situation with regional and international countries had met with the representatives of India, China, and the Netherland.
The struggle for mending international relations comes as the leaders of IEA have wound up their negotiations over the incoming government in Kabul and are said to be announced soon.