European Union announced that in recent days they held talks with representatives of the Taliban in Doha, Qatar, and underlined that Taliban must observe women’s rights and form an inclusive government.
On Sunday November 28 the European External Action Service (EEAS) releasing a statement said that the EU held a two-day talks with representatives of Taliban in Doha, Qatar.
The statement declares that the EU delegation underlined the importance of democracy and called for any possible constitutional reform to be implemented through a transparent and participatory process.
Meanwhile the EU delegation requested the Taliban to take swift, meaningful and concrete steps towards an inclusive government that represents all ethnic, political and religious affiliation and with both women and men in senior positions, and which should pave the way for national reconciliation.
Taliban also vowed to observe human, children, minorities and women’s rights, plus the freedom of media according to Islamic principles. And reiterated to provide equal opportunities of education for both boys and girls.
The EU delegation once again expressed their concerns about affiliations of ISIS in Afghanistan, but Taliban promised not to allow anyone to use Afghansitan’s soil to threaten other countries safety and security.
As Taliban promised to the world to control terrorist groups activities in Afghanistan, ISIS has doubled its attacks on cities after Taliban’s domination.
EU delegation said to provide humanitarian assistance to Afghan men, women, and children in accordance with humanitarian principles.
Additionally, the EU announced to provide financial assistance in favor of Afghan people.