Kabul: For the first time after the Taliban’s occupation of Afghanistan, there has been a statement from Saudi Arabia on the Afghan crisis. Saudi Arabia has said that the country expects the Taliban government to establish a regime that will lead the country towards peace and stability.
However, Saudi Arabia’s Foreign Minister Prince Faisal bin Farhan Al-Saud did not mention exactly what the government was thinking about recognizing the Taliban’s rule. Speaking at a news conference in the Saudi capital, Riyadh, Prince Faisal bin Farhan said that Saudi Arabia hoped that the formation of an interim government in Afghanistan would be “a right step in the right direction to achieve security and stability so that the country To end violence, extremism and work for a bright future for the people of Afghanistan according to their aspirations.
After the Taliban occupation of Afghanistan on 15 August, Saudi Arabia kept completely silent. Now Saudi Arabia said that ‘foreign interference’ in the country should be stopped completely. The future of Afghanistan should be decided only after taking the opinion of the common people of Afghanistan. Saudi Arabia said that Saudi Arabia will support the choices made by the common people in Afghanistan and wants terrorism, extremism, and radical forces to be controlled in Afghanistan.
Saudi Arabia’s Foreign Minister Prince Faisal bin Farhan said, ‘We expect the Taliban and all sides to work for peace and security.’ Prince Faisal said, ‘Saudi Arabia hopes that the caretaker government of Afghanistan is in the right direction. Will work and liberate people from violence, extremism.
Saudi Arabia’s foreign minister said that they respect the sovereignty of Afghanistan. Prince Faisal said that his country will continue to help the Afghan people. Saudi Arabia will do everything possible to get Afghanistan out of the crisis. Prince Faisal has said this statement in a virtual meeting held in Afghanistan.