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Taliban: Moscow Meeting, ‘Incomplete’ Without Taliban Representatives


The Taliban Ministry of Foreign Affairs in response to not getting invited to the next meeting of the Moscow format of consultations on Afghanistan stated that the absence of Taliban government delegates renders the meeting “incomplete.

The Taliban’s foreign ministry spokesperson, Abdul Qahar Balkhi, stated in a tweet on Saturday, November 5, that their government’s absence from such gatherings “can have an adverse effect on engagement.”

The Moscow format of consultations on Afghanistan, which will take place in the middle of November, will not involve any representation from the Taliban government, according to Zamir Kabulov, the Russian president’s special representative for Afghanistan.

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