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Trilateral Talks With China and Afghanistan Will be Held in Pakistan.

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Pakistan is set to host a day-long trilateral dialogue with China and Afghanistan in Islamabad after the arrival of the Chinese and Afghan foreign ministers, Qin Gang and Mawlawi Amir Khan Muttaqi, on Friday. Aljazeera Reported

The two foreign ministers will hold bilateral talks with their counterparts from Pakistan, Bilawal Bhutto-Zardari, in addition to attending the fifth round of the trilateral dialogue on Saturday.

The United Nations Security Council (UNSC) granted Muttaqi, Afghanistan’s acting foreign minister, a travel ban exemption earlier this month, allowing him to visit Pakistan. Under UNSC sanctions, he has long been subject to a travel ban, asset freeze, and arms embargo.

Pakistan is set to host a day-long trilateral dialogue with China and Afghanistan:

 

“The government of Afghanistan wants to hold comprehensive talks on bilateral political-commercial relations, regional stability and transit between Afghanistan and Pakistan,” Ziad Ahmad Takkal, deputy spokesperson of the Afghan foreign ministry, said on Friday.

While Muttaqi’s trip to Pakistan will be the Chinese foreign minister’s first, he last visited Pakistan in November 2021, just a few months after the Afghan Taliban seized power in Kabul.

UN Held A Conference:

The UN held a conference on Afghanistan in Doha, Qatar, the same week as the Afghan minister’s trip to Pakistan, but the Taliban’s leaders were not invited.

On May 2, UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres spoke at the Doha conference and denounced the Taliban’s repression of women’s rights in Afghanistan, including the ban on education.

“Let me be crystal clear, we will never be silent in the face of unprecedented systemic attacks on women’s and girls’ rights. We’ll always speak out when millions of women and girls are being silenced and erased from sight,” Guterres said.

The UN chief was categorical that the Taliban would not be recognised as the rulers of Afghanistan.

“The meeting was about developing a common international approach, not about recognition of the de facto Taliban authorities,” Guterres told reporters in Doha.

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