Afghanistan Taliban And World

After a month we take a look at how the world has accepted and reacted to the Taliban’s rule in Afghanistan. What stands is taken by different countries over different topics taking from trade to cricket and other.

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Its been more than a month since the Taliban took over the control of Afghanistan. The US as too as per its announcement withdrew all its troops from the country under president Joe Biden’s leadership after 20 years of war. Earlier there was mayhem not only in Afghanistan but around the world as citizens were trying to flee the country. Evacuations were carried out by several countries including India to get citizens out of war-torn Afghanistan.

After a month we take a look at how the world has accepted and reacted to the Taliban’s rule in Afghanistan. What stands is taken by different countries over different topics taking from trade to cricket and other.

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  1. United Nation’s Attempt To Raise $600 Million For Afghanistan To Deal With Humanitarian Crisis

The United Nations is conducting a conference in Geneva in an attempt to raise around $600 million for Afghanistan, following the Taliban takeover resulted in a humanitarian crisis. As per the UN reports 18 million people – was dependent on aid even before the Taliban took over the control. now that numbers are likely to increase due to drought and shortages of finances and food.

  1. Qatar’s Foreign Minister Visits Afghanistan For Talks

on Sunday, Qatar’s foreign minister held talks in Afghanistan’s capital city, who is said to be the most senior delegate to visit the country since the Taliban’s takeover. A Taliban official took to Twitter handle and wrote Sheikh Mohammad bin Abdulrahman Al-Thani met senior officials of the new Afghan regime. However, the details about the meet were not disclosed.

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  1. Pakistan And China’s Positive Approach Towards Afghanistan

Though on one hand the UN and the western countries are sorting help for Afghanistan, Pakistan and China have already provided relief to the country. These two countries were quick enough to provide assistance and discuss future plans. The US and other countries are trying to create pressure on the Taliban to adhere to Human Rights and rights for Women then the countries shall provide aid to Afghanistan.

  1. India And Australia On the Same Page Over Afghanistan

India and Australia have come to a common consensus demanding a “broad-based and inclusive” government in Afghanistan that will assure long-term peace and security in Afghanistan, indicating their clear hesitance to concede recognition to the Taliban rule. on Sunday during the inaugural India Australia 2+2 ministerial dialogue, both the countries made a joint statement in which they emphasized the protection of rights of women and children and their absolute participation in social life and raised questions over specific violence against the defenders of their rights.

  1. Cricket Australia And Afghanistan

Cricket Australia announced that the first-ever Test match between Australia and Afghanistan will be canceled if the new Taliban government doesn’t allow women from playing professional cricket. “Our vision for cricket is that it is a sport for all and we support the game unequivocally for women at every level,” Cricket Australia said in a statement. Australia men’s Test captain Tim Paine also extended his support for CA’s statement saying “very hard to see” how ICC permits Afghanistan to play in the T20 World Cup.

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