New Delhi: Britain has categorically acknowledged it gained’t recognise Taliban as the brand new authorities in Kabul however should take care of the brand new realities in Afghanistan.
International Secretary Dominic Raab mentioned Britain won’t recognise Taliban as the brand new authorities in Kabul however should take care of the brand new realities in Afghanistan and doesn’t need to see the social and financial material of the nation damaged, Reuters reported.
The British International Secretary’s remarks come because the Taliban are all set to announce the formation of a brand new authorities.
Raab had earlier on Thursday mentioned “we need to adjust to the new reality” of Taliban rule.
“Our immediate priority is to secure the safe passage of those remaining British nationals, but also the Afghans who worked for the United Kingdom, and indeed others who may be at most risk,” added Raab throughout a joint press convention with Qatar International Minister Sheikh Mohammed bin Abdulrahman al-Thani in Doha, AFP reported.
Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar, who’s Taliban’s diplomatic face, will lead the Afghan authorities, as per reviews.
It was earlier speculated the rebel group’s prime religious chief Sheikh Haibatullah Akhundzada will management the newly-formed authorities.
Late Taliban founder Mullah Omar’s son Mohammad Yaqoob and Sher Mohammad Abbas Stanikzai, who served because the deputy overseas minister when the insurgents final managed energy between 1996 and 2001 in Afghanistan, will reportedly have distinguished roles within the new authorities.
Overthrown after the US-led coalition invaded Afghanistan in 2001, the Taliban seized management of the nation in mid-August.