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Taliban on their way to Norway by private plane

Taliban on their way to Norway by private plane

The Taliban delegation, which will attend Sunday’s Oslo meetings, has now left Kabul.

According to Taliban spokesman Abdul Qahar Balkhi Ali Twitter.

– The delegation set a route for Norway on a private plane to hold talks with representatives from different countries and Afghan representatives on humanitarian aid, politics, education and economic issues, he wrote.

The delegation headed by Foreign Minister Amir Khan Mottaki, who is leaving Kabul on Saturday, will meet representatives of Norway and several other countries, including the United States, the European Union, the United Kingdom, France, Germany and Italy in Oslo.

The 15-man Afghan delegation was headed by Foreign Minister Amir Khan Matawi.

The delegation, which, according to Agence France-Presse, consists of 15 men. The delegation is also expected to meet with Afghan civilians, including women leaders and journalists.

The background to the talks is, among other things, that the humanitarian situation in Afghanistan is going from bad to worse after the Taliban took over in August.

23 million Afghans are now threatened with starvation, and the United Nations says $5 billion in international aid is needed to deal with the crisis in the country.

The international community had said earlier that it was not important to resume aid development in Afghanistan before some human rights were realized. Like educating girls.

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