Kabul: Afghan Taliban spokesman Zabihullah Mujahid has said that Pakistan is our neighbor, their position is commendable, they want to join C-Pack, Pakistan is our neighboring country and second home of Afghans, Afghanistan to Peshawar and Pakistan While the C-Pac project is important and needs some research, the leadership will consider the issue when invited to visit Pakistan.
According to Afghan media reports, Zabihullah Mujahid, spokesman for the new ruling Taliban in neighboring Afghanistan, said that many countries had raised their voices in front of the United States and the international community.
Six days ago, China and Russia also spoke in favor of the Humayun government. Key, Qatar, Uzbekistan and other countries have also taken a positive stance.
The Taliban spokesman added that the international community’s ties with Afghanistan were important, that Afghanistan needed its neighbors in trade and economic affairs, and that it was expected that neighboring countries would continue to play a positive role.
“The fighting in Panjshir is over. Most of the local elders, clerics and Mujahideen are with us. We don’t want a war with anyone and we want better relations with the whole world, but if anyone wants a fight or an attack, it is tough,”
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He said that after peace in Afghanistan, our priority is to boost trade, millions of Afghan refugees are still living in Pakistan, our language, common religion and customs are the same, while the invitation to visit Pakistan will consider the issue. ۔
Zabihullah Mujahid said that
Afghan soil will not be used against any country, we want to establish an Islamic state, Kashmiris are our brothers, so the international community should stop the ongoing Indian atrocities in occupied Kashmir.
The Taliban spokesman said they would provide political and diplomatic support to the Kashmiri, Myanmar and Palestinian brothers.
On the other hand, the Taliban has appealed to the international community to resume international flights to Afghanistan.
The Afghan Foreign Ministry welcomed the easing of sanctions by the United States and called for the resumption of international flights, saying the Taliban leadership assured all airlines of full co-operation. Was facing technical problems that led to the cancellation of international flights.
Now that Kabul Airport is fully operational, the international community should resume flights. Afghans seeking to return home are stranded in other countries, and Afghans seeking jobs and education abroad are not able to go abroad.
The Taliban has welcomed the US government’s easing of sanctions and called on the international community and international organizations to help Afghanistan, while the United States has eased sanctions on the Afghan Taliban and issued two humanitarian aid licenses. Were issued
The Afghan acting foreign minister met with the ambassadors of China and Kazakhstan and called for a full resumption of trade with neighboring countries, while the World Children’s Organization (WHO) provided medical facilities in Jawzjan Province.