Taliban appreciates Vladimir Putin's statement to remove them from terrorists' list
Putin has stated that Russia is considering removing the Taliban from its list of terrorist organisations. He went on to say that we all expect the Taliban, who are undeniably in charge of the situation in Afghanistan, to guarantee that the situation improves.
The Taliban have appreciated Russian President Vladimir Putin's statements on the prospect of removing the outfit from the terror list. At a meeting of the International Valdai Club, Putin stated that the Taliban movement might be removed from the list of terrorist organisations. However, according to Russian news agency TASS, he also stated that this must take place at the United Nations level. According to Abdul Qahar Balkhi, the spokesperson for the Afghan Foreign Ministry in the country's interim government, "the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan welcomes remarks by President of the Russian Federation, Vladimir Putin, regarding removal of names of IEA leaders from the blacklist."
"As the chapter of war comes to a close, global countries must make a constructive shift in their relationship with and approach to Afghanistan. We desire healthy ties with the world community based on the reciprocity principle," the Taliban's spokesman tweeted about it.
Putin has stated that Russia is considering removing the Taliban from its list of terrorist organisations. He went on to say that we all expect the Taliban, who are undeniably in charge of the situation in Afghanistan, to guarantee that the situation improves. In August, the Taliban took control of Kabul and declared the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan's provisional government in September. The Taliban have been attempting to gain worldwide prominence. However, the international community has made it plain that the Taliban must deliver on their promises before they would be recognised.
Earlier, Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan has urged the world community to release the frozen assets of Afghanistan and engage with the Taliban administration and provide humanitarian assistance to prevent an "economic collapse" of the country. According to Dawn, Khan made this appeal to the international community during his meeting with the outgoing Japanese ambassador, Kuninori Matsuda, at the Prime Minister's house. Imran Khan also stressed Pakistan's interest in a "peaceful" and "stable" Afghanistan, reported Dawn. He reportedly highlighted the importance of "national reconciliation" and an "inclusive" political structure.