The Taliban reiterate that they are “absolutely committed” to “women’s rights”. “They have the right to education, work, property,” said Mohammad Naeem, spokesman for the Taliban political office in Doha, Qatar, in an interview with the Turkish news agency Anadolu, with the declared intent to “reassure everyone. “. “We will not say that the situation will improve in a day or two. But we want to have a chance to solve the problems,” he added, arguing that “the people are with us.” “Our policy aims to solve problems with dialogue “and” we do not want problems or war “, underlined the spokesman for the Taliban, while Panshir remains the last pocket of resistance to the group founded by Mullah Omar after the surrender of Kabul last August 15. According to the spokesman, the movement – which hopes for the widest possible recognition – is in contact with various countries, which “could raise problems such as that of drugs”. “In the past we have managed to eliminate the problem – he argued – but this requires help from everyone, especially from the international community”. The spokesman for the Taliban admitted that “the Afghan people need help” after the movement is “managed to put an end to the war that has been imposed on us for 20 years” and has launched an “appeal to all countries” to help the Afghans and Afghanistan. “We want to establish good relations with Turkey and develop them in the future”, he said, adding that the country of Recep Tayyip Erdogan “can play an important and constructive role in Afghanistan in terms of reconstruction” and underlining the “confidence that ours people will be able to rebuild the country. ” Then with regard to the general amnesty announced in recent days for all employees of the ‘old’ Afghan authorities, he again insisted on “guarantees to all military and non-military personnel that they will have the opportunity to serve their people and theirs in the future. Country”.
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