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No one supported China on Taliban issue in UNSC, proposed to extend the travel time limit


The Taliban has also written a letter to the UN Secretary General for this. In addition, its spokesperson Suhail Shaheen has also been appointed as its permanent ambassador to the United Nations. This demand of the Taliban will now be placed before the UN committee.

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None of the countries supported China’s proposal to extend the time limit of 90 days for travel exemption to Taliban leaders to 180 days in the United Nations Security Council (UNSC). After this, China’s stance has softened. Two days ago, China had stopped talks on this matter.

China had proposed to a committee headed by India to increase the time limit for the Taliban leaders to 180 days instead of 90. Even after pressure from China, other countries refused to accept this proposal. Member countries believe that there is a need to keep an eye on the Taliban for the time being. China’s demand for an extension of the travel exemption comes at a time when the Taliban have sought a place for themselves in the ongoing United Nations General Assembly in New York.

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The Taliban has also written a letter to the UN Secretary General for this. In addition, its spokesperson Suhail Shaheen has also been appointed as its permanent ambassador to the United Nations. This demand of the Taliban will now be placed before the UN committee. Russia’s Permanent Ambassador Vasily Nebenzia said lifting sanctions on the Taliban is currently not on the UN Security Council’s agenda.

Russia has opposed China’s proposal, saying that there is no such thing on the agenda of the United Nations Security Council right now. There is no need to even bother about this. Before taking any step, it is necessary to have a thorough discussion on it. Taliban leaders’ exemption from travel restrictions expires on 20 September. China was demanding to extend it till December 22.

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At the same time, everything is not going well these days in the Taliban government itself. Recently, there was news that two factions have formed in the Taliban and are ready to kill each other for the chair. One faction has allied with the Haqqani network. British magazine has also a report on this.

It is being claimed in the media report that the supporters of two groups of Taliban fought among themselves in this struggle for power. One faction was supported by the Haqqani network, after which Akhundzada and Baradar suffered. Not only this, the magazine has told in its report that recently there was a meeting between the two groups of Taliban. Several leaders of the Haqqani network were also involved in this meeting.

The magazine claimed in its report that there was a time during this meeting when Haqqani leader Khalil-ul-Rahman Haqqani got up from his chair and started punching Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar. It is being told that Mullah Baradar was constantly pressurizing the Taliban government to include non-Talibanians and minorities in the cabinet, so that other countries of the world proceeded to recognize the Talibani government.

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