Kabul: A top minister of Afghanistan's Taliban-ruled government said China has agreed to accept the credentials of Afghan diplomats sent to Afghanistan’s embassy in China by the Taliban. more
Beijing hints it may recognise Taliban as legitimate Afghanistan government ‘when conditions are ripe’

Kabul/Beijing: Beijing has given a strong backing to the Taliban government in Afghanistan and stated that recognition of the group as the legitimate government of the war-torn nation wou ...

Counter-terrorism, Afghanistan, top priorities for UN cooperation with Eurasian security body

New York: Conflict prevention, counter-terrorism and support to Afghanistan, top the list of issues on which the UN and the Collective Security Treaty Organization – a Eurasian regi ...

British officials discuss humanitarian crisis situation in Afghanistan with Taliban representatives

Kabul: British officials held talks with Taliban representatives in Afghanistan on the current humanitarian crisis situation in the country.

China, Pakistan discuss extending CPEC to Kabul

Beijing: China and Pakistan, two all-weather allies, have expressed interest in discussing the extension of CPEC (China–Pakistan Economic Corridor) with Kabul authorities, media rep ...

Foreign Ministers of Afghanistan's neighbours to meet in March: China

Beijing/UNI/Sputnik: The next meeting of foreign ministers of countries neighbouring Afghanistan will take place in person in Beijing at the end of March, Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi ...

General Assembly defers decision on Afghanistan and Myanmar seats

New York: The UN General Assembly on Monday adopted a resolution to delay a decision on who will represent Afghanistan and Myanmar at the world body.

Afghanistan soil should not be used to finance terrorist acts, say leaders participating in Delhi Declaration

New Delhi: Top leaders participating in the Third Regional Security Dialogue on Afghanistan in New Delhi on Wednesday said the country, which is now ruled by Taliban forces,  should ...

US govt not ready to give Afghanistan financial aid via current authorities: Security Advisor

Washington/UNI/Sputnik: The United States is not prepared at this stage to give financial aid to Afghanistan via those who are currently in power, National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan ...

Turkey asks Taliban delegation to form inclusive govt in Afghanistan

Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu has asked a delegation of Afghanistan's Taliban regime to form an inclusive government in the country.