China ready to establish friendly relations with Taliban

BEIJING: Following the Taliban’s takeover of Kabul, China has said it is ready to establish friendly and bilateral relations with Afghanistan.

China is also Afghanistan’s neighbor and the border between the two countries is 76 km (47 miles) long, while Beijing has tried to maintain non-governmental relations with the Taliban during the US withdrawal from Kabul.

According to reports, a high-level Taliban delegation also met with Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi last month and promised that Afghanistan would not be used as a base for militants. Offered economic aid and investment for the reconstruction of Afghanistan.

On Monday, China said it welcomed the opportunity to deepen ties with Afghanistan.

Chinese Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Hua Chunying told reporters that the Taliban have repeatedly expressed hope for good relations with China and look forward to China’s participation in Afghanistan’s reconstruction and development.

“We welcome the Taliban’s desire. China respects the right of the Afghan people to determine their destiny freely. China wants to continue to promote friendly and cooperative cooperation with Afghanistan,” the spokesman said.

China has called on the Taliban to ensure a “peaceful transfer of power” and fulfill its promises to establish an “open and comprehensive Islamic government” and to ensure the safety of Afghans and foreigners.

Hua Chunying said that the Chinese embassy in Kabul is operational.

On the other hand, the Chinese embassy in Kabul has asked Chinese nationals living in Afghanistan to “keep an eye on the security situation” and stay indoors.

US President Joe Biden has promised a complete withdrawal of US troops by September 11 to mark the end of two decades of war.

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