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Qatar sends an envoy to Kabul to meet with Taliban

Qatar sends an envoy to Kabul to meet with Taliban

Qatar sends an envoy to Kabul to meet with Taliban

Qatar sends an envoy to Kabul to meet with Taliban

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  • An envoy for Qatar’s foreign affairs minister visited Kabul.
  • The Taliban regime imposed limitations on women’s education and NGO activity.
  • No foreign country has publicly recognized the Taliban government.
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KABUL – According to an Afghan foreign ministry statement, an envoy for Qatar‘s foreign affairs minister visited the Afghan capital on Sunday and met with the Taliban administration’s acting foreign minister.

The visit comes after the Taliban regime imposed limitations on women’s education and NGO activity, which Qatar described as “very worrying” in the face of overwhelming international condemnation.

According to Afghan foreign affairs spokesperson Abdul Qahar Balkhi, Qatar’s special envoy Mutlaq Bin Majed al-Qahtani met with acting foreign minister Amir Khan Muttaqi in Kabul.

“Both sides discussed political coordination, the strength of the relationship, and humanitarian aid,” Balkhi said.

Although China and Pakistan dispatched their foreign ministers last year, and the UN deputy special envoy recently came to address women’s rights and relief, no foreign country has publicly recognized the Taliban government.

The Taliban’s political office has been in Qatar since roughly 2012 when they were fighting an insurgency against the Western-backed government until they took power in 2021.

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