Bakhtiyor Saidov held discussions with the leadership of the unrecognized Taliban



Uzbekistan's Foreign Minister, Bakhtiyor Saidov, traveled to Afghanistan, announcing his visit through his social media profiles.

During Saidov's trip to Qobul, he engaged in meetings with several officials from Afghanistan's interim government, including Acting Prime Minister Mullah Muhammad Hasan Okhund, Acting Deputy Prime Minister Mawlavi Abdul Salam Hanafi, and Acting Minister of Foreign Affairs Mawlavi Amirkhan Muttaqi, among others.

Saidov emphasized the shared rich history, traditions, and future prospects between the two nations, highlighting numerous collaborative opportunities.

The negotiations covered a wide array of topics focused on mutual cooperation, with particular emphasis on enhancing economic ties and fostering closer relationships between business communities.

Previously, Abdusalom Azizov, the head of Uzbekistan's State Security Service, met with Muhammad Yaqub, serving as the interim defense minister of the Taliban in Afghanistan. Subsequently, it was announced that Taliban representative Mugfurullah Shahob would assume the role of ambassador to the Afghan embassy in Tashkent. Furthermore, on February 19, a delegation led by Mullah Bakht ul Rahman Sharofat, the head of the Taliban's National Railway Administration, visited Tashkent to attend a meeting related to the Trans-Afghan project.


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