UAE will recognize the Taliban government! Afghan Defense minister Mullah Yaqoob met the President of the UAE
Mullah Mohammad Yaqub is the son of the late Taliban supreme Leader Mullah Omar. The Afghan Defense Ministry issued a statement in Kabul saying the two leaders discussed strengthening ties and expanding bilateral cooperation during their meeting on Sunday.
Mullah Yaqoob meets uae President Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed Al-Nahyan
The government of the United Arab Emirates (UAE) can recognize the Taliban government of Afghanistan. Taliban's Acting Defense minister Mullah Mohammad Yacoub has met uae President Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed Al-Nahyan in Abu Dhabi. Due to this, speculations are being made about this.Mullah Yakub is the son of the late Taliban supreme Leader Mullah Omar. The Afghan Defense Ministry issued a statement in Kabul saying the two leaders discussed strengthening ties and expanding bilateral cooperation during their meeting on Sunday.
Let me tell you, after the withdrawal of American forces from afghanistan last year, the country has been ruled by the Taliban. However, the Taliban government is not officially recognized by the government of any country. The two leaders and other Islamic leaders met at the Al Shaiti Palace in Abu Dhabi. The UAE's official news agency WAM reported that the meeting took place on Sunday. Afghanistan's Ministry of Defense said in a statement issued on monday that the uae President and Mullah Yacoub discussed strengthening ties, bilateral cooperation between the uae and afghanistan, and other important issues. However, the uae government has not yet said anything about the recognition of the Taliban government.
It has been more than a year since the Taliban government came to power, but many countries including Pakistan, China, and russia have started helping it along with building business relations with it but have refrained from official recognition. india is sending aid to the Afghan people on humanitarian grounds.
Afghanistan is in bad condition
After the withdrawal of American troops from afghanistan, the Taliban is in power. Since then, full Islamic rule has returned to Afghanistan. Even though the Taliban had assured women's rights and human rights as soon as they assumed power, in the coming days' such news is coming out in which women and human rights are being violated.
increased terrorist attacks
Terrorist organizations have also become active in afghanistan since the Taliban rule. In the last year, many terrorist incidents have come to light here, in which hundreds of people have died. Mosques have been targeted in most of the attacks.