Head of the European Union delegation, Raffaella Iodice, and special representative of the EU for Afghanistan, Tomas Nicklasson, have met foreign minister of the Taliban, Amir Khan Muttaqi, in Kandahar.
In the meeting, Amir Khan Muttaqi demanded the reopening of the EU embassies in Kabul, Hafez Zia Ahmad, deputy spokesman of the Foreign Ministry of the Taliban tweeted.
Hafiz Zia Ahmad quotting the EU special representative for Afghanistan said that the EU is committed to continue its humanitarian aid to Afghanistan.
The EU officials have not said anything about the details of the meeting with the Taliban officials.
After the fall of the republic in Afghanistan, most of the foreign countries closed their embassies in Kabul. While Russia, China, Iran, Turkey and Pakistan were the only countries that kept their diplomatic missions in the country. Recently, some of the countries are trying to move their their political missions from Afghanistan as Saudi Arabia.
It has been a year and half since the Taliban takeover in Afghanistan, but no country has recognized their government.