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'Will Appoint New Envoys, Officials To Afghanistan's Diplomatic Missions Abroad', Says Taliban

KABUL: The Taliban on Monday stated that new envoys and officials will be appointed to Afghanistan's diplomatic missions abroad. The Deputy spokesman of the Islamic Emirate, Inamullah Samangnai, said that currently most of Afghanistan's diplomatic missions abroad are run by envoys appointed by the former government. He said the Islamic Emirate is in contact with the Afghanistan embassies abroad.

"Soon activities will improve, and some people will be introduced instead of those who are not present and have left their jobs. Or, some people who are a better alternative will be introduced in embassies and consulates," he said.

"Appointing new people to the diplomatic missions is not possible unless the Taliban government is recognized by the countries in which they want to appoint new people," said Shukria Barakzai, the former Afghan ambassador to Norway.