The Taliban have declared an end to the war after seizing control of the Afghan capital, Kabul, and taking control of the presidential palace. Now the Taliban are just waiting to officially come to power.
Meanwhile, several countries are going to recognize the Taliban government in Afghanistan. In addition to superpowers like China and Russia, the list also includes neighboring Pakistan and Turkey.
It is learned that these countries have already started preparations to recognize the Taliban.
The Daily Mail, a UK-based news outlet, reported the news in a report.
China’s state-run media have hinted that the country’s ruling Communist Party may recognize the Taliban. Efforts are also being made to create a positive attitude among Chinese citizens in this regard.
Last month, Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi was seen standing shoulder to shoulder with a visiting Taliban delegation.
The Russian president’s office, the Kremlin, said there were no plans to move the Russian embassy from Kabul.
According to Russian state media, the Taliban have assured the safety of the staff of the Russian diplomatic mission.
Taliban spokesman Suhail Shahin told the Associated Press that his party had good relations with Moscow. In addition, ensuring the security of other countries, including Russia, is part of the Taliban’s policy.
The allegation of sponsoring the Taliban against Islamabad is very old. After the fall of the US-backed government in Kabul on Sunday, Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan said Afghanistan had broken the shackles of slavery.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has said his country will work with Pakistan to bring stability to Afghanistan. Everything will be done in this regard.
Erdogan said stability in Afghanistan is also important for Turkey. Because of the instability in Kabul, a large number of Afghans are migrating to Turkey via Iran. The Turkish president also said that international efforts are needed to deal with the influx of refugees.
News Room, August 16,2021