On Wednesday, China said it is prepared to keep up with correspondence with the heads of the new Taliban government in Afghanistan, considering its foundation a “vital stage” in remaking.
Foreign ministry spokesperson Wang Wenbin offered the remark at a day by day preparation in Beijing when inquired as to whether China would perceive the new government, whose pioneers were named on Tuesday.
The Taliban drew from its inward high echelons to fill top posts in Afghanistan’s new government, including a partner of the group’s founder as premier and a wanted man on a U.S. terrorism list as interior minister.
China regards the sovereignty, independence and regional integrity of Afghanistan, Wang said.
After the Taliban took power in August, China had required an “open and comprehensive” government to be set up.
“We trust the new Afghanistan specialists will listen extensively to individuals, all things considered, and groups, in order to meet the desires of its own people groups and the assumptions for the international community,” said Wang.