A Taliban spokesman said, on Friday, that the Taliban movement, which came to power in Afghanistan, held talks in Doha with the British Prime Minister’s special envoy to Afghanistan, Simon Gass.
On his Twitter page, Muhammad Suhail Shaheen stated that a delegation from the political wing of the radical Taliban movement, the previous day, discussed with the gas company in the Qatari capital, humanitarian aid issues, political and security issues, and relations between London and the Taliban. Sahih said that the British side confirmed that it would increase humanitarian aid to Kabul and was ready to work with the new Afghan authorities.
The Taliban delegation was headed by Sir Muhammad Abbas Stanikzai, who led the movement’s political wing from Qatar. Today, Thursday, British Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab discussed the situation in Afghanistan in Doha with the Emir of Qatar, Tamim bin Hamad Al-Sanea, and Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs Mohammed bin Abdul Rahman Al-Sanea.
Qatar is the only Arab country that has direct relations with the radical Islamic Taliban movement, which has had a political office in Doha for years, and an agreement was signed between the United States and the Taliban in the Qatari capital, as well as between Afghans. Since then.
(Featured photo: A joint press conference by British Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab and Mohammed bin Abdulrahman Ali Sani, Deputy Prime Minister, in Doha on September 2, 2021. Photo: Karim Jaafar/AFP)