Kabul (Web Desk) The ambassador of the Foreign Minister of Qatar visited the Afghan capital Kabul and met with the Acting Foreign Minister of the Taliban administration. This comes after sanctions were imposed, which Qatar expressed as a cause of deep concern.
With reference to Reuters, Dawn News wrote that this development has been confirmed in a statement by the Afghan Ministry of Foreign Affairs. According to Afghan Foreign Affairs Spokesman Abdul Qahar Balkhi, Qatar’s Foreign Minister’s Special Envoy Mutlaq Bin Majid Al Qahtani attended meetings with Acting Foreign Minister Amir Khan Muttaqi in Kabul.
He said that both sides discussed the issue of political coordination, strengthening of relations and aid.
The meeting focused on topics of mutual interest with detailed discussions about political cooperation, strengthening relations and role of Qatar Charity in humanitarian operations. To end, both sides stressed that existing opportunities should be managed and utilized well.
— Abdul Qahar Balkhi (@QaharBalkhi) February 5, 2023
It should be noted that no foreign country has yet formally recognized the Taliban regime, but China and Pakistan both sent foreign ministers to Afghanistan last year, and the UN Deputy Special Representative recently issued a statement on women’s rights and aid. had visited for discussion regarding
The Taliban had a political office in Qatar from around 2012 before taking over Afghanistan in 2021.