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Taliban’s Political Office Representatives in Qatar Barred from “Unauthorized” Meetings with Foreign Officials

Bayan News – Some media outlets in Afghanistan have reported that Mullah Hibatullah Akhundzada, the leader of the Taliban, has prohibited his representatives in Doha, the capital of Qatar, from meeting with foreign officials.

A leaked version of the Taliban leader’s decree, which has surfaced in the media, states that any form of unauthorized, overt or covert meetings with foreign officials is prohibited.

According to this decree, the reason for prohibiting the Taliban’s political office representatives in Qatar from engaging in meetings is to prevent the creation of divisions within the Taliban.

On the other hand, sources from the Kandahar province have informed Afghanistan International that a meeting was held under the leadership of Mullah Hibatullah regarding this matter. During the meeting, it was emphasized to prevent malicious and unauthorized actions within the ranks of the Taliban.

Reportedly, the Taliban leader has instructed that the details of the meetings between the political office representatives in Qatar and foreigners, as well as the details of the Taliban representatives’ recent trip to Qatar, must be shared with the Kandahar office. If no response is received, they should refrain from traveling to Qatar.

It is also said that non-compliance with the order will be considered a violation of the decree of the “Amir al-Mu’minin” (Commander of the Faithful) of the Taliban, and this will create an enemy rift within the Taliban.

During this meeting, it was mentioned that the goal of ISIS is not only to target Taliban members but also to manipulate and reposition themselves by creating divisions within the Taliban and achieving their own objectives.

Failure to hand over Afghanistan’s seat at the United Nations to the Taliban

In this meeting led by the Taliban leadership in Kandahar, the issue of how Afghanistan’s seat in the United Nations should be transferred to the Taliban was addressed.

According to sources, the Taliban leader emphasized that despite repeated efforts, the seat has not yet been handed over to the Taliban.

According to sources, the Taliban vehemently opposes the appointment of a UN special representative for Afghanistan, and this action will in no way be acceptable.

Officials of the Taliban caretaker government have not officially expressed their views on this matter to date.

This decision is being made while in recent months, the Taliban’s political office representatives in Qatar have had meetings and visits with foreign officials, and at the same time, Mullah Yaqoob Mujahid, the Minister of Defense of the Taliban, recently visited Doha, the capital of Qatar.

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