Kabul, Ta. 13
India and representatives of 12 countries, including the United States and the European Union, have decided not to recognize the Taliban’s government in Afghanistan, which controls the country at gunpoint. The announcement was made by the US State Department in response to the increasing dominance of the Taliban in civil war-torn Afghanistan. China, on the other hand, has indicated its support for the Taliban government in Afghanistan.
Delegates from countries including India, United States, Qatar, United Nations, Uzbekistan, UK, European Union, Germany, Norway, Tajikistan and Turkmenistan participate in a conference to discuss ways to deal with the rapidly deteriorating security situation in Afghanistan took. Qatar hosted the conference.
Ned Price, a spokesman for the US State Department, said the countries that met first and foremost agreed on the need to accelerate the peace process in Afghanistan and agreed not to recognize any government established by military force or at gunpoint. .
Meanwhile, China, who pretends to be a peace ambassador, has shown its true colors. On the one hand, China is negotiating peace talks in Afghanistan and on the other hand it is considering approving a Taliban-dominated government in Afghanistan. According to a report in American News, if the terrorist organization Taliban is successful in capturing Afghanistan, then China can recognize them as a government.