Recognition of Afghanistan’s de facto regime

Recognition of Afghanistan’s de facto regime is not on the agenda of the UN meeting on Afghanistan

Recognition of Afghanistan’s de facto regime is not on the agenda of the UN meeting on Afghanistan. The present Taliban led government of Afghanistan is not going to be recognized, according to Naseer Ahamd Faiq, the Chargé d’Affaires of Afghanistan’s Permanent Mission to the UN.

According to Naseer Ahmad Faiq in an interview with the BBC, the gathering would discuss a shared international framework about the political, economic, and social difficulties in Afghanistan.

“This meeting will focus on finding a solution for Afghanistan’s political, economic, and social problems; the meeting will not address the issue of recognizing the current regime,” he stated.

The remarks by Faiq came after the confusion raised by UN Deputy Chief Amina Mohammad, who proposed a conference to discuss the recognition of the Taliban.

Massive backlash against Amina’s comments was expressed both domestically and internationally. Since retaking power in the nation, the Taliban have enacted a number of laws banning women from participation in public life, including labor and education. The UN will host the international conference on Afghanistan in Doha on May first week.