Germany and Pakistan Talk about Afghan New Forming Governance
September 1, 2021
On Tuesday, Pakistan and Germany emphasized the importance of forming a wide-ranging regime in Afghanistan. The call came during a joint news conference at the Foreign Office by the two countries’ foreign ministers’.
The trip to Pakistan by German Foreign Minister Heiko Maas was part of his regional tour to Afghanistan, and it correlates with the completion of US forces from Afghanistan. Mr. Maas stated that it was critical that the new government displayed even non-Taliban portions of Afghan society, and also the Taliban understood this.
FM Qureshi, too, emphasized the importance of forming an issued by a state. He stated emphatically, “We want to have an integrated government in Afghanistan”. The Taliban have emerged meetings to form a government. According to the group’s declaration, on Saturday, its governance council led by Hibatullah Akhundzada, began three-day meetings on the establishment of the new government. However, very few is known about the Taliban’s dialogue with other public officials and groups in Afghanistan. Development in these negotiations is critical for moving toward complete government.
The German foreign minister raised hopes that the Taliban, who took control of Kabul on August 15 would form a new government there soon. He, on the other hand, looks and sounds suspicious of Taliban responsibilities on leadership, human rights, and other similar issues. Mr. Maas said, “We will see whether someone can trust with their word in the upcoming days” and in the meantime Mr. Qureshi also praised the Taliban’s commitment.
During a bilateral meeting with the German foreign minister, he stated that statement given by the Taliban governance considering the end of the war, protection of human rights, avoiding any use of Afghan soil against the other states, and the creation of an inclusive government were trying to encourage.
He warned that if the international community gives up Afghanistan, a humanitarian disaster could erupt. He said, “The international community’s collaboration is critical to rescuing Afghanistan from humanitarian disaster”.