Taliban minister discusses humanitarian support, trade with Chinese envoy in Kabul | World News

The meeting got here amid Taliban’s repeated enchantment for wider worldwide recognition. China is among the many only a few which appear to have began partaking with the outfit.

Taliban appointed international minister Amir Khan Motaqi on Saturday met the Chinese Ambassador to Kabul Wang Yu and mentioned the problems of humanitarian support, trade, and growth in Afghanistan.

“IEA Foreign Minister Mawlawi Amir Khan Muttaqi met Mr Wang Yu, Ambassador of PRC to Kabul this morning. The two sides discussed Afghan-China political relations, trade, humanitarian aid, development, and providing technical education to Afghan students,” stated Afghan Foreign Ministry spokesman Abdul Qahar Balkhi in a tweet.

He stated that the meeting notably targeted on enhanced trade between Afghanistan and China.

“Also, the two sides discussed increased export of pine nuts and routes to export Afghan products to China. To end, the Chinese side pledged further humanitarian aid in addition to what has already been provided,” he added.

China, alongside with Pakistan had been among the many first international locations that started partaking with Afghanistan after the Taliban takeover in August this year.

This newest meeting was the second between Amir Khan Motaqi and China’s Wang Yu.

The meeting got here amid Taliban’s repeated enchantment for wider worldwide recognition. China is among the many only a few which appear to have began partaking with the outfit. Other members of the worldwide group are taking a wait and watch method. 

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