Efforts by China, Russia and Pakistan to engage other countries with the Taliban

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Efforts by China, Russia and Pakistan to engage other countries with the Taliban

On Thursday at a meeting of the UN Security Council, which was held to consider the situation in Afghanistan, China, Russia and Pakistan invited other countries to cooperate with the Taliban.Although about 2 years have passed since the Taliban came to power in Afghanistan, the international community has not yet recognized the power of this group due to the violation of women's rights and the opposition of the Taliban to the formation of an inclusive government.

At a meeting of the UN Security Council, representatives of China, Russia and Pakistan called for interaction with the Taliban and considered it ineffective to put pressure on the current government of Afghanistan.UN sources told the media that China and some other countries are lobbying the group despite restrictions imposed by the Taliban.

It is noted that at a recent meeting of the UN Security Council, which was held in connection with the ban on the work of women in Afghanistan, the issue of withdrawing UNAMA from Afghanistan if these conditions are maintained, was discussed, but the representative of China sharply criticized such a decision.

At the same time, the news published from this closed meeting indicates that representatives of a number of other countries reacted to China's position and stated that interaction with the Taliban and ignoring the current situation in Afghanistan leads Beijing to political isolation in the world.

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