The Taliban government is grateful to Pakistan for its assistance to Afghanistan


KABUL: Taliban Foreign Minister Amir Khan Muttaqi has said that wherever there is a change, a government is formed with people of his confidence, so the international community should not impose unnecessary conditions on government formation.

According to the International News Agency, Taliban Foreign Minister Amir Khan Muttaqi in a press conference, while urging the restoration of aid to the world, said that the international community should not sacrifice aid to politics.
The Foreign Minister of the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan thanked the international community for the ارب 1 billion in aid and assured that arrangements would be made to ensure that the financial assistance reaches the deserving people in a transparent manner.
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Foreign Minister Amir Khan Mottaki added that the United States is a big country and it should also show a big capacity. We are grateful to other countries, including Pakistan, for their assistance in meeting humanitarian needs.

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The Interior Minister of the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan also said that if the world does not put conditions in front of us, we will form a government of our choice. Wherever the new system comes, only people of their own trust are brought into the government and this is nothing new.

“We represent all the Afghan people and want to continue past development projects,” he said. In order to provide employment in the country, we request the traders to resume their business and open shops.