THE Recep Tayyip Erdogan maintained a cautious attitude towards new government in the Afghanistan, the formation of which was announced by Taliban earlier on Tuesday, noting that it will closely monitor its development.
The Turkish president characteristically stressed that he does not know how long the current composition of the goverment. “As you know, at the moment it is difficult to describe it as permanent, an interim government has been announced,” he told a joint news conference with the president of the Democratic Republic of Congo. Felix Cissekenti, paying an official visit to Turkey.
“It simply came to our notice then we watch carefully this process “, he added, as broadcast by APE BPE.
Earlier today, the Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlüt Tsavousoglu He was also skeptical of his country’s future relationship with the Taliban, saying “there is no rush” to recognize the new regime.
On Monday, the Taliban announced that they had taken control of the entire Afghan territory, claiming that they had won the crucial battle in the valley. Pansir, the last bastion of resistance to their regime.
But for Tsavousoglou, the international community must adopt one waiting position before recognizing the Taliban regime, a position similar to that adopted by the European Union the manufacture.
In particular, the new Afghan government must act “without exclusions“Which means that women and representatives of the country’s various ethnic groups must take ministerial posts,” she said in a televised interview.
Turkey holds talks with Taliban in Kabul, where he still has a diplomatic presence, on the terms under which he can assist airport of the Afghan capital to reopen.
The United States has stated that it no longer controls Afghanistan’s airspace and that Kabul airport bad situation.
The head of the Turkish diplomacy clarified, according to the APE BPE, that his country cooperates with the Qatar and USA on the conditions under which the airport could be reopened for scheduled flights required for delivery humanitarian aid, the evacuation of civilians who are trapped and the restoration of diplomatic missions in Kabul.
He added, however, that the security remains a major obstacle, stressing that commercial flights will not be able to resume until airlines and insurance companies feel the conditions are safe enough.
“In my opinion, the Taliban or the Afghan forces could provide security outside from the airport, “he said. “But inside, there could be one security company which will have the trust of the international community or all other companies “, he added. “Even if the airlines, including Turkish Airlines, want to fly there, the insurance companies will not allow it.”