Special envoys of China, Russia and Pakistan hold talks with top Taliban officials in Kabul
Special envoys of China, Russia and Pakistan have met top officials of the Taliban’s interim government as well as Afghan leaders Hamid Karzai and Abdullah Abdullah in Kabul and discussed the formation of an inclusive government, combating terrorism and humanitarian situation, a top Chinese official said on Wednesday.
The three special envoys visited Kabul from September 21 to 22 and held talks with acting Prime Minister Mohammad Hasan Akhund, foreign minister Amir Khan Mutaqi, finance minister and other high-level officials of the interim government, Chinese foreign ministry spokesman Zhao Lijian said.
“We exchanged views on the current developments in the country, & welcomed the role of AFG’s neighbours in achieving peace, stability & inclusive government,” Abdullah Abdullah tweeted.
1/2...of AFG's neighbours in achieving peace, stability & inclusive government. They emphasised on formation of an inclusive government acceptable to all, peace, stability, moderate policy, respecting women rights, equal right of education for all Afghans & regional cooperation. pic.twitter.com/wg3U8AknZx— Dr. Abdullah Abdullah (@DrabdullahCE) September 21, 2021