An Afghan delegation meets Gulf envoys in Doha

According to the Foreign Ministry in Kabul, a Taliban delegation led by acting Foreign Minister Amir Khan Muttaqi met with envoys of Gulf governments in Doha, where the two sides discussed a range of matters, including political and commercial connections as well as humanitarian help. The two parties "concentrate on discussions concerning the political and economic situation, as well as urgent humanitarian needs of the Afghan people," according to a statement released after the meeting on Monday.

"The delegates urged the international community to provide development support in addition to humanitarian assistance to Afghanistan in order to improve the country's economic status." The delegation members and envoys "condemned assaults in Afghanistan that target people and civilian infrastructure, and urged against allowing Afghanistan's land to be utilised by any parties or individuals to threaten the security of neighbouring countries," according to the Ministry.

In addition to meeting with Gulf envoys, the delegation will meet with representatives from the European Union, the Union of Religious Scholars, and diplomatic missions operating on behalf of Kabul from Qatar, according to The media reports.

Following the Oslo negotiations last month, the Muttaqi-led team will meet European leaders for the second time. The delegation travelled to Norway and Iran earlier this month. The Foreign Minister also visited Pakistan and Turkey late last year. Despite the visits, the Taliban authority in Afghanistan has yet to be recognised by the international world.

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