British diplomats first formal meeting with Taliban

Kabul: The British Ambassadors to the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan met formally and the two sides discussed various issues.

Simon Gass, Special Representative of British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, met separately with Deputy Prime Minister of Afghanistan Mullah Baradar and Foreign Minister Amir Khan Mottaki in Kabul.

The first meeting between British diplomats and the Taliban took place in Kabul on Tuesday, October 5, the British Foreign Office said in a statement. Meeting with leaders.

During the meeting, Simon Gass also raised the issue of treatment of minorities in Afghanistan and the protection and rights of women and girls. According to the statement, the meeting discussed the assistance required by Afghanistan to address the humanitarian crisis.

A statement from the Taliban said the meeting also discussed the resumption of diplomatic relations. The talks focused on tackling the humanitarian crisis, the security situation and terrorism.

The talks focused on providing a safe passage for British and Afghan citizens seeking to leave the country, as well as women’s rights.

It should be noted that British diplomats have met with representatives of the Taliban government in Kabul for the first time. The talks came as the Taliban were accused of extrajudicial executions.


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