The Iranian Foreign Ministry spokesperson called on the Taliban to fight the threats that terrorist groups pose to the neighboring countries, reiterating the need for the formation of an inclusive government in the country.
Taliban’s supreme leader called again Friday for the international community to recognize the Taliban government, saying the world had become a "small village" and proper diplomatic relations would help solve the country's problems.
The World Assembly of Islamic Awakening strongly condemned a recent wave of bomb attacks in Afghanistan, warning that such terrorist acts aim to stoke tensions among ethnic and religious Afghan groups and spread Islamophobia.
Demonstrators in Afghanistan’s capital Kabul denounced actions aimed at driving a wedge between the Iranian and Afghan nations, calling for unity between the two neighbors in the face of conspiracies to poison their friendly relations.
The Taliban’s recent decision to renege on its promise to allow girls to attend school past sixth grade is a stark reminder of how much life has changed for Afghans since the group returned to power last year – and Gallup’s surveys in the country show it hasn’t been for the better.