Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu announced that he informed the Taliban, during talks between the two parties, Thursday in Ankara, of Turkey’s “recommendations”, while the movement presented its demands in the field of humanitarian aid.
Cavusoglu said, during a press conference held after the talks, that the Taliban delegation, headed by the Foreign Minister in its government, Amir Khan Mottaki, submitted its requests to Turkey, especially with regard to humanitarian aid and continuing investment in Afghanistan.
The Turkish foreign minister added, “We made our recommendations again on educating girls and ensuring the employment of women… We told the Taliban delegation once again that they should embrace everyone for the sake of the unity and safety of their country above all.”
Cavusoglu stated that the “Taliban” administration confirmed that it would do everything in its power to support Afghan immigrants if they wanted to return to the country.
Earlier in the day, the “Taliban” revealed that a high-level delegation headed by Mottaki from the “Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan”, the movement’s authority, will visit Ankara “at the official invitation of the Turkish Foreign Minister”, to discuss “improving bilateral relations, trade, and aid.” Humanity, Refugees, and Air Navigation.