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China to Recognise Taliban Regime in Afghanistan

WebdeskAug 13, 2021, 10:53 AM IST

China to Recognise Taliban Regime in Afghanistan

Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi hosted a Taliban delegation led by Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar in Tianjin on July 28.

 

With the fall of Kabul looking closer than expected, China is ready to recognise the new Taliban regime in Afghanistan.

 

US News reported, “China is prepared to recognise the Taliban as the legitimate ruler of Afghanistan if it succeeds in toppling the Western-backed government in Kabul.”

 

Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi hosted a Taliban delegation led by Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar in Tianjin on July 28.

 

The US intelligence has estimated that the Taliban may isolate Kabul in 30 days and may capture it in 90 days.

 

With the threat posed by the rapidly advancing Taliban, the US is sending additional 3000 troops to Afghanistan for the safe evacuation of its embassy officials.

 

Canada and the UK, too, are sending additional troops for the safe evacuation of their embassy staff.

 

The Taliban now controls 13 of the 34 Afghan provinces and are rapidly advancing towards Kabul. Important Afghan cities like Kandahar and Herat have already fallen.

 

The Taliban ruled Afghanistan from 1996-2001. At the peak of its power, the Taliban regime in Kabul was recognised by only three countries: Saudi Arabia, UAE and Pakistan.

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