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Taliban Minister Amir Khan Muttaqi Visit To Pakistan Begins

Agency, Islamabad.

Published by: Jeet Kumar
Updated Thu, 11 Nov 2021 01:26 AM IST

Summary

The Pakistan Foreign Ministry said that during Muttaki’s visit, issues such as trade growth, trade transit and ongoing instability across the border would be discussed.

Amir Khan Muttaki, the Taliban-appointed foreign affairs chief and caretaker foreign minister, began his tour of Pakistan on Wednesday. They will discuss business and other matters here.

Let us tell you that the Taliban wants to lift the restrictions on their assets abroad and get global recognition so that the economic crisis in the country can be stopped.

Muttaki will lead a delegation in Islamabad with a special focus on Pakistan-Afghanistan relations. The Pakistan Foreign Ministry said that during Muttaki’s visit, issues like trade growth, trade transit and the ongoing instability across the border will be discussed.

Although Pakistan has not formally recognized the Taliban after it came to power, it has still been interacting with the people of the Taliban government.

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Amir Khan Muttaki, the Taliban-appointed foreign affairs chief and caretaker foreign minister, began his tour of Pakistan on Wednesday. They will discuss business and other matters here.

Let us tell you that the Taliban wants to lift the restrictions on their assets abroad and get global recognition so that the economic crisis in the country can be stopped.

Muttaki will lead a delegation in Islamabad with a special focus on Pakistan-Afghanistan relations. The Pakistan Foreign Ministry said that during Muttaki’s visit, issues like trade growth, trade transit and the ongoing instability across the border will be discussed.

Although Pakistan has not formally recognized the Taliban after it came to power, it has still been interacting with the people of the Taliban government.

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