Taliban announced plans to appoint ambassador to Moscow

Mujahid stated that & nbsp; the organization has a plan to & nbsp; appoint representatives to & nbsp; operating embassies. “This is a diplomatic step. Embassies and & nbsp; consulates are important for & nbsp; diplomatic relations, and & nbsp; we & nbsp; in & nbsp; we cooperate & raquo;, & nbsp; & mdash; said a representative of the organization (quoted by & nbsp; RIA Novosti).

He & nbsp; did not & nbsp; clarify the timing of the appointment of the ambassador and & nbsp; noted that & nbsp; the movement has not yet & nbsp; received from & nbsp; Russia conditions for & nbsp; recognition of the government formed by the Taliban … According to the & nbsp; Mujahid's opinion, the recognition of the created state will contribute to the development of relations and & nbsp; trust, in & nbsp; in particular, with the & nbsp; USA.

Earlier in the & nbsp; time of the annual press conference, Russian President Vladimir Putin said that & nbsp; Moscow will “ proceed from & nbsp; realities '' in & nbsp; Recognition of Taliban Authority in & nbsp; Afghanistan. He also expressed the hope that & nbsp; the forces in & nbsp; power in & nbsp; the country will focus on & nbsp; & nbsp; & nbsp; & nbsp; & nbsp; & nbsp; & nbsp; representation in & nbsp; state leadership of all ethnic groups. Putin stressed that & nbsp; Russia is working on & nbsp; this issue together with & nbsp; other countries, the decision on & nbsp; the situation in & nbsp; Afghanistan should be 'consolidated'. However, the president also expressed concern about & nbsp; connection with & nbsp; the risk of extremists penetrating into & nbsp; neighboring republics of Central Asia & nbsp; Russia & nbsp; & mdash; alarming is the & nbsp; large volume of drugs that comes from & nbsp; Afghanistan.

Militants of the Taliban terrorist organization banned in & nbsp; Russia took control of the capital of Afghanistan Kabul on August 15 this year. They entered the & nbsp; city after negotiations with & nbsp; the pro-American government, there was no active fighting in & nbsp; Kabul. Afghan President Ashraf Ghani fled the country, and senior officials also fled. This happened a little over & nbsp; two months after US President Joe Biden initiated the withdrawal of American troops from & nbsp; countries that had been there for more than 20 years.



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