Taliban completes 100 days of Rule in Afghanistan

The Taliban's rule in Afghanistan has completed 100 days. Mawlai Habibullah Akhandzada is the head of the new government of Afghanistan.
Taliban completes 100 days of Rule in Afghanistan
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The Taliban's rule in Afghanistan has completed 100 days. During this time, he has also learned the lesson that it is easy to overthrow a regime and capture the country, but not to get international recognition. Mawlai Habibullah Akhandzada is the head of the new government of Afghanistan. According to reports, during this time the Afghan government was under the leadership. Amir Khan Muttaki made several diplomatic efforts to get international recognition, but without success. Officials of the Islamic country went to many countries of the region.

In response, representatives of about six countries visited Afghanistan and held talks with its officials. Here, Iran, Pakistan, India, Russia and China held meetings on the future of Afghanistan. The G20 leaders and the UN Security Council discussed the Afghanistan issue in a separate session.

Afghanistan should not be used for terror

Contrary to the expectations of the Afghan government, the issue of recognition of the Islamic government was not considered in these meetings. Instead, the themes of these meetings were inclusive government, human rights, freedom of expression, right to education. Employment for Afghan women and right to education for girls.

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Image Credit: BBC

It was also said that the soil of Afghanistan should not be used for terror. The foreign policy and diplomatic relations of the Islamic government were limited to only a few neighbouring and regional countries. Former Foreign Ministry adviser Fakhruddin Quarizada said that the world is waiting whether the Taliban lives up to its old promises.

11 countries opened embassies

At present, information has come that 11 countries Iran, Pakistan, China, Russia, Turkey, Qatar, Uzbekistan, Turkmenistan, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Italy and the United Arab Emirates have opened their embassy in Afghanistan.

Need for an inclusive solution to Afghan crisis: Shringla

India has once again reiterated that there is a need for an inclusive political solution to the Afghan crisis through dialogue. It has been said that the land of Afghanistan should not be used to harm any other country.

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During an event on Wednesday, Foreign Secretary Harsh Vardhan Shringla said. India is in touch with all the countries concerned on the Afghan issue. However, it also remains to be seen how we can move forward in this difficult situation. In the session of the Confederation of Industry, Shringla said, India is not in a weak position regarding the new strategic reality in its region.

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