The statement of the Foreign Minister of Russia regarding the Taliban is considered important.
Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov criticized the Biden administration for the US’ hasty withdrawal from Afghanistan, in his address to the United Nations General Assembly and a detailed press conference that followed.
Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said on Saturday that Russia, China, Pakistan and the US are working together to ensure that Afghanistan’s new Taliban The (Taliban) regime should fulfill its promises and work specifically to form a genuine representative government and stop the spread of extremism.
Sergei Lavrov said that the four countries are in constant contact. He said representatives of Russia, China and Pakistan recently traveled to Qatar and then to Afghanistan’s capital Kabul to hold talks with the Taliban and representatives of the “secular authority”. Abdullah Abdullah, who is heading the negotiating council for talks with the Taliban of the former government. Lavrov said the interim government announced by the Taliban “does not reflect the ethno-religious and political forces of Afghan society, so we are in contact that continues.”
Taliban fulfill its promise
The Taliban have promised an inclusive government, a more liberal form of Islamic rule than the last time they ruled the country from 1996 to 2001. This includes respecting women’s rights, providing stability after 20 years of war, fighting terrorism and extremism, and preventing terrorists from using their territory to launch attacks. Recent moves by the Taliban suggest they are returning to more repressive policies, especially towards women and girls. Lavrov said, “The most important thing is to make sure that the promises that he has publicly announced are fulfilled and that is a top priority for us.” ‘
targeted at America
In his address to the UN General Assembly and a detailed press conference that followed, Lavrov criticized the Biden administration for the US’ hasty withdrawal from Afghanistan. He said the US and NATO have “launched many weapons into Afghanistan without considering the consequences”. He said such weapons should not be used for “destructive purpose”.
Later in his address to the General Assembly, Lavrov accused the United States and its allies of ‘undermining or sidelining the role of the United Nations in solving today’s major problems, or as a tool to promote one’s selfish interests’. Accused of trying to use it continuously. He said that America is also bypassing the United Nations.
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