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Wednesday, September 15, 2021

Ready to work with everyone including America...Taliban pleaded, said - remove the ban now

The Taliban has got the power of Afghanistan, but now its condition is getting worse due to the sanctions around the world. He fears that if more restrictions are imposed, then his back will be broken. The Taliban, which formed the government by inducting the terrorists into the Afghan cabinet and facing many sanctions, has called for the lifting of sanctions against the Islamic emirate. Afghanistan's new acting Foreign Minister Mawlawi Amir Khan Muttaki has called for the lifting of sanctions against the 'Islamic Emirate'.


During a press conference in Kabul, Foreign Minister Mawlawi Amir Khan Muttaki on Tuesday called on Afghan diaspora to return home to help the country's development, Ariana News reported. At the same time, he said that the Islamic Emirate is ready to work with all countries, including the US, but asked to make it clear that they will not dictate them. However, Muttaki said that we cannot allow any sanctions on Afghanistan or ban on trade with any country.

Let us tell you that only last week, the Taliban has formed an interim 'Islamic Emirate'. The Taliban has given place to many such terrorists in the new government of Afghanistan, who have been declared terrorists from the UN to the US list and they are banned. Among the Taliban cabinet members are many of the Taliban who are on the UN sanctions list.

The Taliban announced the caretaker government of the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan, with Mullah Mohammad Hassan Akhund as prime minister and group co-founder Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar as deputy prime minister of Afghanistan. Following the Taliban's announcement of its interim government, which included UN-designated terrorists, the US responded by saying that the UNSC would base any decision to list terrorists on the basis of the Taliban's human rights policies.

Meanwhile, the group's spokesperson Suhail Shaheen was seen on the back foot in a recent interview on the issue of imposing further sanctions on the Taliban. He said banning the 'Islamic Emirate' would be an injustice against the people of Afghanistan. The spokesman said that when we are turning a new page, which is a phase in the building of Afghan peace for the people of Afghanistan, they are imposing sanctions on us at such an important stage. Therefore, I think it would be a great and gross injustice to impose sanctions at such a critical time.