‘No recognition of Taliban authorities…’ Why did the United Nations say this after the Qatar assembly?

Islamabad: A UN official has mentioned that the UN-led assembly with the Taliban in Qatar to reinforce relations with Afghanistan doesn’t imply recognition of their authorities. The assembly was held with ambassadors of about 24 international locations in Doha, the capital of Qatar, on Sunday and Monday. This was the primary time that representatives of the Taliban administration of Afghanistan participated in a gathering sponsored by the United Nations.

The organizers clarified on this

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UN Secretary-Normal Antonio Guterres mentioned that the Taliban weren’t invited to the primary assembly and so they had put unacceptable circumstances for taking part within the second assembly held in February, which included not inviting members of Afghanistan’s civil society to the assembly and recognizing the Taliban because the reputable authorities of the nation. Earlier than the assembly in Doha, representatives of girls from Afghanistan had been excluded from it, paving the best way for the Taliban to ship their ambassador. Nevertheless, the organizers clarified that girls’s rights can be raised.

Essential points mentioned

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UN Political and Peacekeeping Officer Rosemary A. DiCarlo mentioned, “I want to emphasize that this assembly doesn’t imply recognition of the Taliban authorities.” She mentioned, “I hope that by constructive change on numerous points within the final two days, we’ve come nearer to fixing the issues which are having a unfavorable affect on the lives of the folks of Afghanistan.”

Afghanistan wants cooperation

Taliban authorities’s chief spokesperson Zabihullah Mujahid, who led the delegation in Doha, mentioned that he bought a chance to fulfill representatives of various international locations on the pretext of this convention. He mentioned that Afghanistan wants cooperation within the personal sector and to struggle in opposition to medicine. Mujahid mentioned, “A lot of the international locations have expressed their want to cooperate in these areas.”