ISLAMABAD, Sep 22 (Asia Free Press): Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan says all neighbours of Afghanistan will collectively decide about recognition of new Afghan government, keeping in view the progress, state- run media reported.
In an interview with BBC, he said Pakistan is trying to engage with Taliban for an inclusive government in Afghanistan, as there will not be any long-term sustainable peace and stability unless all factions and ethnic groups are represented, according to Radio Pakistan.
Khan urged the international community to help and encourage the interim Taliban government which is going in right direction.
Responding to a question regarding restrictions on women education in Afghanistan, Khan said Taliban would not ban women education and give them time.
He warned the world powers and international community to help the new Afghan government as its failure could drag civil war and humanitarian crises in Afghanistan.
“If they do not include all the factions, sooner or later they will have a civil war,” BBC quoted Khan as saying
“That would mean an unstable, chaotic, Afghanistan and an ideal place for terrorists. That is a worry”.
On Tuesday, Taliban included more cabinet members from all ethnicities including from businessmen and doctors communities.
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