Taliban representatives arrived in Doha on February 13 Sunday in order to convince governments to provide humanitarian help. Six months later, after the hardline, Islamists toppled Afghanistan’s Western-backed regime, said, officials.
The Panel, led by Foreign Minister ‘Amir Khan Muttaqi’ will meet with the European Union representatives in Doha, tactful tasks and officials from Gulf countries, the Taliban’s foreign ministry said on Twitter.
International sources confirmed their arrival in Doha, including a spokesman for the British government, and the trip comes as Afghanistan’s aid-starved economy sinks deeper into an unprecedented crisis.
The recent proposal to open support follows meetings in Oslo late last month between representatives of the Taliban and administrations that laboriously bankrolled Afghanistan’s last government, which imploded in the face of a Taliban military offensive in mid-August.
However, the Taliban administration has left to gain formal recognition from any country and as per the United Nations says that half of Afghanistan in 38 million are facing food shortages.
However, Muttaqi, during an interview in the initial period of February, stated that the Taliban is dragging closer to International recognition. His Panel is again expected to face demands in order to improve human and especially women’s- rights in the Doha discussions, set to begin on February 14 Monday.
As per the British Government spokesperson in Doha, the UK officials resume engaging in practical dialogue with the Taliban to fulfil our commitment in order to help and support the Afghan people,
Furthermore, he stated that they are continuing their efforts to make clear to the Taliban our series of concerns about human rights- in particular, those of women and girls- and did so most recently on a visit to Kabul.
Taliban representatives also met with the group of aid and charities in Geneva last week in order to secure aid.