In a meeting with the seniors of the Ahmadzai tribe, Sirajuddin Haqqani, the Acting Minister of the Interior of the Taliban, claimed that the regime of this group has people’s support and doesn’t need to be recognized.
Today, the Taliban’s Ministry of Interior wrote in a newsletter that the purpose of Sirajuddin Haqqani’s meeting with the seniors of the Ahmadzai tribe was to “strengthen and survive” the Taliban regime and said: “There are successful nations in the world that are united, and there are successful governments that have the support of the people”. You both have unity and support your regime.”
“When the government has your support, there is no need for recognition.”
The international community has repeatedly announced that until the Taliban don’t fulfill their commitments, if they don’t form an all-inclusive government and don’t provide women’s rights, they will not be recognized.
The Taliban, however, say that the regime of this group is more comprehensive than most countries in the region.
This group also claims that they have fulfilled their obligations, including fighting against terrorist groups.
On the other hand, Matthew Miller, the spokesperson for the United States Department of State, has emphasized the constant position of Washington and underlined that the Taliban must take specific steps to gain international legitimacy.
The spokesperson for the United States Department of State told reporters that there is still a long way to go before the Taliban are recognized.