A Taliban Delegation led by Taliban Group’s Foreign Minister, Amir Khan Mottaqi, Left for Norway

A Taliban spokesperson says; Foreign Minister, Amir Khan Mottaqi, is leading a Delegation Group to Norway, A Taliban Spokesperson Says.

The purpose of this trip is to discuss the development of Taliban relationship with the world, the whitewashing of the group’s blacklist and efforts to free Afghanistan’s frozen money.

Although Norway does not consider inviting the Taliban to mean recognizing this group, but a number of citizens in the country are censuring Norway for trying to legitimize the Taliban

From the other hand, a number of women in an announcement; Taliban are considered a criminal group and call on the countries of the world not to be given the opportunity to travel until this group is reformed; otherwise giving the Taliban a chance is a great persecution of the Afghan people.

A part from that, Afghan citizens in European countries are protesting in front of the Norwegian Embassy, accusing Oslo of supporting the terrorists.

The purpose of the trip is to discuss developing their relations with the world, the group’s blacklist of leaders and the release of the frozen assets in Afghanistan Taliban say But a number of Afghans inside and outside the country voiced opposition to the Taliban’s trip. Citizens of the country say that the Taliban are a criminal group and that the countries of the world should not allow them to gain legitimacy.

Masoud Ansar


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