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Pakistan’s foreign minister said – Taliban is interested in dialogue with the world


Troika Plus meeting: Pakistan’s Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi said on Thursday that the Taliban is interested in dialogue with the world so that its government in Afghanistan is recognized. At the same time, he warned the international community not to repeat the mistakes of the past, when the isolation of Afghanistan created many problems.

‘Troika Plus’ conference on Afghanistan

Addressing the inaugural session of the Troika Plus meeting on Afghanistan, Pakistan’s Foreign Minister Qureshi urged the international community to immediately help Afghanistan to avoid an imminent humanitarian disaster due to lack of financial resources. Representatives of China, Russia and America participated in the meeting. Pakistan is hosting senior diplomats from the US, China and Russia in Islamabad to discuss the situation in neighboring Afghanistan.

Qureshi appeals to the world community

Pakistan’s Foreign Minister Qureshi urged for international help and said, “Afghanistan is on the verge of destruction. He can’t even pay salary. He said, “Therefore, it is important that the international community should provide assistance on an emergency basis.” Qureshi said that the Taliban is interested in dialogue with the world so that its government is recognized.

Also urged to free Afghanistan’s assets

During the Troika Plus meeting in Pakistan, Foreign Minister Qureshi also urged the international community to free Afghanistan’s assets. He said that this will help in starting economic activities and the government of Afghanistan will get relief. After the Taliban seized power in Afghanistan, the US confiscated the assets of the Afghan central bank, worth more than US$9 billion.

Pakistan’s Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi expressed hope that the ‘Troika Plus’ meeting will be helpful to the Afghan interim government and play a role in eliminating terrorists from the country’s soil. Significantly, Afghanistan has been under Taliban rule since August 15. At that time the Taliban overthrew the elected government of President Ashraf Ghani and forced him to flee the country and seek refuge in the United Arab Emirates.

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