,Barisan Nasional secretary-general Zambry Abdul Kadir says that any recognition by the government of the Taliban in Afghanistan must be in line with international standards. – The Malaysian Insight file pic, August 28, 2021.
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BARISAN Nasional (BN) has urged Putrajaya to follow the tenets of international relations it had practised before recognising the Taliban-led government as the legitimate administration in Afghanistan. BN secretary-general Zambry Abd Kadir said any recognition of the Taliban can only be considered in line with the stand of the international community. “There are no special exceptions in the Taliban case,” he said in a statement on Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/zambryabdkadir/posts/6212490288791933). Afghanistan, which was led by president Ashraf Ghani, fell to the Taliban on August 15. This came in the wake of United States (US) President Joe Biden’s withdrawal of the US troops from Afghanistan, 20 years after it invaded the country. BN has urged the government to immediately take the initiative and summon member countries of the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) to hold a special conference or meeting over the matter, Zambry said.
“Malaysia as a credible and neutral Islamic country has its unique sense of influence to help achieve a consensus in OIC on matters relating to the future of Afghanistan. “BN also calls on the government to liaise with Taliban’s delegation in Doha, Qatar to establish early communication,” he added. Zambry said that this needs to be done with the sole purpose of facilitating the coordination of international humanitarian aid channelled to the Afghan people, if the situation is urgent and necessary. He said that BN takes the current situation and developments in Afghanistan seriously. “The actions of the United States military to leave the country in an unplanned situation and the failure of the Afghan government to defend its position has caused the security situation in the country to be even more fragile and compromised. “In light of these developments, BN expresses its concerns over the increasingly serious humanitarian crisis which will culminate in the near future,” Zambry said. He hopes that the situation in Afghanistan returns to normal and that the country has the opportunity to develop peacefully and prosperously again. – August 28, 2021.