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Afghanistan Is Stabilised Now, No Country Will Be Threatened: Taliban At Moscow Meeting

Calling on the international community to recognise Taliban’s interim government, Hanafi emphasised that isolating Afghanistan benefits no one.

Abdul Salam Hanafi, Deputy Prime Minister in Taliban's interim government. (Photo: ANI)

Moscow: Taliban’s interim government’s Deputy Prime Minister Abdul Salam Hanafi has said that Afghanistan is stabilised now and no country will be threatened by it, a media report said.

Speaking at the Moscow Format Dialogue on Afghanistan on Tuesday, Hanafi said that the Taliban will ensure that there will be no threat.

Calling on the international community to recognise Taliban’s interim government, he emphasised that isolating Afghanistan benefits no one.

Asking the US to release Afghanistan’s financial assets, Hanafi stressed that it has been proved that the pressure will not bring results, reported TOLOnews.

Underlining that Afghanistan is stable now, he said that no country will be threatened by Afghan territory. The representatives of 10 countries and a high-level Taliban delegation are taking part in the Moscow-format meeting on Afghanistan.

The Moscow format was introduced in 2017 on the basis of the six-party mechanism for consultations between special representatives from Russia, Afghanistan, China, Pakistan, Iran, and India.

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