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ЕU Will Have to Talk withTaliban before Official Recognition - Josep Borrell

The EU will have to talk with the Taliban after the group seized control of Afghanistan before recognising them, foreign policy chief Josep Borrell said on Tuesday. "The Taliban have won the war, so we will have to talk with them," he pointed out, while stressing this does not mean moving quickly to official recognition. He was speaking after a EU foreign affairs ministers online meeting.

The Taliban shot at people; There are dead and wounded VIDEO

According to the first recordings, a group of people was shot, who spread a large Afghan flag widely. It is stated on social networks that journalists were not spared either.
The flag of Afghanistan was taken down in every place that the Taliban conquered during their short offensive on the territory of the entire country, launched at the moment when the American troops withdrew.

The "butcher" is back PHOTO / VIDEO

According to the report, he arrived late last night in the second largest city in that country, Kandahar.
The city was the spiritual center of the Taliban and the capital during their first rule from 1996 to 2001.
Baradar returned to Afghanistan from Qatar, where he led negotiations with the United States for months, and then peace talks on Afghanistan.

Top-ranking warning: "Don't travel to Montenegro"

These are recommendations for travel of the highest, fourth level, according to which it is not recommended at all, CdM reports.
"Do not travel to Montenegro due to COVID-19. Read the State Department's page on coronavirus before planning any international trip," reads the announcement, which was also published on the website of the United States Embassy in Montenegro.

Angela Merkel's first statement: We're going through difficult time, it's US decision

At the session of the presidency of the Christian Democratic Union (CDU), Merkel pointed out that the situation at the airport in Kabul shows that security is possible only with the presence of U.S. troops.
The Chancellor emphasized that the decision to withdraw from Afghanistan was made by the Americans. She pointed out that the decision was made for internal political reasons.

Taliban in control of Afghanistan, panic in Kabul

The Taliban were in control of Afghanistan on Aug. 16 after President Ashraf Ghani fled the country and conceded the insurgents had won the 20-year war.


The astonishingly quick collapse of the government, with militants taking over the presidential palace on Sunday night, triggered fear and panic in the capital.