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NATO warns Afghanistan to become a “safe haven for terrorism” Putin talks about economic support

Beijing, October 22 (Xinhua) according to the peninsula Chinese network reported on the 22nd, the North Atlantic Treaty Organization warned that Afghanistan is becoming a “safe haven for terrorists” and will “put pressure” on the Afghan Taliban to fight terrorism. At the same time, Russian President Vladimir Putin stressed the importance of stability in Afghanistan and called for help to restore Afghanistan’s economy.


The gap is big! What were the first talks between the United States and the Taliban after the withdrawal?

Beijing, Oct. 10 (Xinhua) according to a comprehensive report, the Afghan Taliban and the U.S. delegation began to hold the first high-level meeting after the withdrawal of U.S. troops from Afghanistan in Doha, Qatar, on the 9th. The Taliban talks focused on humanitarian assistance and the implementation of the Doha agreement, but warned the United States not to subvert the current regime, while the United States paid more attention to combating terrorism and personnel evacuation, and made it clear that it would not talk about recognizing the Taliban regime. Al Jazeera analyzed that it should not hold too high expectations for a breakthrough in the negotiations, because there is still a considerable “gap” between what the United States wants and what the Afghan transitional government wants.


The U.S. Central Bank of Azerbaijan is frozen? Taliban said it will take action to thaw the United States

   Chinanews, September 14 According to Russian satellite network, Afghan Taliban spokesman Sohail Shahin said on the 13th that the new Afghan government will take all possible legal steps to lift the US freeze on the assets of the Central Bank of Afghanistan. Earlier, US media reported that the US has frozen US$9.5 billion in assets belonging to the Central Bank of Afghanistan.


U.S. Secretary of State says Taliban needs to win legitimacy, Ghani will speak out on departure

   China News Service, September 9th. According to a comprehensive report, the Afghanistan Taliban recently announced the formation of an interim government. US Secretary of State Blinken said on the 8th that the Taliban must win legitimacy from the world. The Taliban asked the United States to provide frozen assets in Afghanistan and called on civil servants of the Ghani government to return home.


Atta’s Provisional Government Focuses on “Peace and Prosperity” White House: The United States is in no hurry to recognize

   Chinanews, September 8th. According to a comprehensive report, on September 7, local time, the Afghan Taliban announced the formation of an interim government and announced a list of some government officials. The White House stated that it is “in no rush” to recognize the Afghan government announced by the Taliban, and that U.S. recognition will “depend on” the actions of the Taliban.