US expresses concern over announcement of Taliban interim government in Afghanistan

WASHINGTON: The United States has expressed concern over the announcement of a Taliban interim government in Afghanistan, saying it would test the Taliban not by their words but by their actions.

According to the details, while expressing concern over the announcement of the Taliban’s interim government by the US State Department, he said that only Taliban members or their associates are on the list, not any women.

The US State Department has said that the Taliban have just announced a caretaker cabinet, and that the Taliban will be tested by their actions, not their words.

On the other hand, US President Joe Biden said that the US and its allies have decided not to recognize the Taliban government, Pakistan, China and Russia are working on an agreement with the Taliban, they are all trying to understand what to do. What is it.

Yesterday, the Afghan Taliban formed an interim government and announced the names of ministers and cabinet members, according to which Chief Mohammad Ahsan Akhund was elected.

Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar has been appointed Assistant Patron of the State and Ministers, while Maulvi Muhammad Yaqub Mujahid has been appointed Minister of Defense and Siraj Haqqani has been appointed Minister of Interior.


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