the United States said Concerned by members of the Taliban government appointed this Tuesday in Afghanistan, but assured that he would evaluate them for their actionsHow to allow free exit of Afghans.
“We note that the advertised list specifically includes people who are members of the Taliban or their allies, with no womenA State Department spokesman said during Secretary Antony Blinken’s visit to Qatar to discuss Afghanistan.
They said that “We are also concerned about the affiliation and background of some of them“
“We understand that the Taliban presented this as a temporary cabinet. However, we will evaluate the Taliban for their actions, not their words.”, he assured.
The State Department insists on its call to the TalibanProvide safe passage to Americans and Afghans wishing to leave Afghanistan.
Blinken previously said in Qatar that the Taliban were cooperating when the passengers had travel documents.
The Taliban appointed Mohammad Hassan Akhund, who is on the UN sanctions list and is part of the brutal Islamic regime between 1996 and 2001, as caretaker prime minister.
His subordinate would be Abdul Ghani Baradar, the co-founder of the Taliban, who was released by Pakistan under US pressure to participate in talks for the withdrawal of foreign troops.
will be home minister Sirajuddin Haqqani, a member of a network that Washington has designated as a terrorist.
“We have made our expectation clear that the Afghan people deserve an inclusive governmentThe US spokesman said.
The Taliban seized power in August after swiftly toppling a government backed by Western powers following the withdrawal of US military forces.