Russia says it won't be in a hurry to identify with the Taliban

Russia says it won’t be in a hurry to identify with the Taliban

Russia won’t be in a rush to distinguish themselves with the Taliban in Afghanistan, Russian President Vladimir Putin’s exceptional agent for Afghanistan reported on Monday, clarifying that the decision they cause will to be reliant upon the Taliban’s conduct.

Talking in a meeting with radio broadcast “Reverberation of Moscow,” Zamir Kabulov said:

First and foremost, nobody will surge with this [recognition]. Acknowledgment or non-acknowledgment will rely upon the conduct of the new specialists. We will cautiously observe how capably they will administer the country soon. Therefore, the Russian authority will make the fundamental determinations and settle on a choice.”

Kabulov added that Dmitry Zhirnov, the Russian minister to Afghanistan, is in touch with an agent of the Taliban administration and will participate in discussion on Tuesday with a facilitator from the Taliban to guarantee outside security, including that of the Russian consulate.

The Russian Ambassador to Afghanistan said there are at present no dangers to the Russian Embassy in Kabul, so the representatives will proceed with their work, of course, Russian state media RIA Novosti gave an account of Sunday