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Turkish president says Ankara is willing to work with Taliban if the armed group formed a more encompassing government.

The Taliban’s current approach and their interim government are not inclusive but Turkey is willing to work with them if the armed group formed a more encompassing government, President Tayyip Erdogan has said.
NATO member Turkey has been working with Qatar to operate Kabul airport for international travel after the Taliban took power and foreign countries withdrew from Afghanistan.
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Turkey welcomed the Taliban’s initial messages but said it would evaluate its engagement and recognition of the group based on their actions.
“Looking at the Taliban’s approach right now, unfortunately an inclusive, encompassing leadership has not been formed,” Istanbul-based broadcaster Haberturk quoted Erdogan as telling reporters after attending the UN General Assembly in New York.
The Taliban has said it wants international recognition and financial help to rebuild the war-battered country, but the makeup of the new Taliban government poses a dilemma for many countries [File: Social Media/via Reuters]
“At the moment, there are only some signals [about] the possibility of some changes, that there may be a more inclusive atmosphere in the leadership,” Erdogan said.
“We have not seen this yet. If such a step can be taken, then we may move on to the point of discussing what we can do together.”
Erdogan’s comments came after Turkey’s ambassador to Kabul, Cihad Erginay, met Taliban Foreign Minister Amir Khan Muttaqi.
Erginay said on Twitter that he pledged “Turkey’s continued support to the Afghan people and commitment to build upon our historic ties”.

Earlier this month, the Taliban appointed hardline veterans to an all-male cabinet.
The Taliban has framed the cabinet as an interim government, suggesting that changes were still possible, but it has not said if there would ever be elections.
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Neighbouring Pakistan, a close ally of Turkey, has also been among the countries calling on the Taliban to establish an inclusive government.
Earlier this week, Prime Minister Imran Khan said in a Twitter post he “initiated a dialogue with the Taliban for an inclusive Afghan govt to include Tajiks, Hazaras and Uzbeks”.

The Taliban has said it wants international recognition and financial help to rebuild the war-battered country, but the makeup of the new Taliban government poses a dilemma for many countries.

Several of the interim ministers are on the UN’s blacklist of international “terrorists and funders of terrorism”.
The Taliban’s took over Afghanistan last month after its stunning victory on the battlefield, capturing more than a dozen provincial capitals in less than two weeks.
This is the second time the Taliban has ruled Afghanistan.
Their first rule, from 1996 to 2001, ended when they were removed by a US-led coalition after the 9/11 attacks.
 

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I am not liking this talib regime
they are not willing to change, but unfortunately if we completely dump them all these refugees will just pour in

catch 101 with these dumb f's
 

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People asking Taliban to make an "inclusion" government should also ask themselves... can they fathom:

1. Erdogan Turkey making an inclusive government with the Gülen movement or the Kurdistan Workers' Party or PKK???.
2. Imran Khan (PTI) making an inclusive government with PeePeePee and Nawaz Sharif PML-Nutcases???
2. MODI BJP/RSS Hindutva inclusive government with the Congress Rahul Gandhi sissy boy????
3. Egyptian Sisi Dictator in inclusive government with the Muslim Brotherhood???
4. Israeli ruling Likud Party inclusive government with the Palestinian PLO??
5. American Republican inclusive government with the Democratic Party???

But you fools want an inclusive government of the Taliban with their enemies for over 20 years of war right now in one second... The very next day.... Quick quick.... Less than a month????

Idiots.

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It’s like asking the Turks to include PKK in their government.
People asking Taliban to make an "inclusion" government should also ask themselves... can they fathom:

1. Erdogan Turkey making an inclusive government with the Gülen movement or the Kurdistan Workers' Party or PKK???.
2. Imran Khan (PTI) making an inclusive government with PeePeePee and Nawaz Sharif PML-Nutcases???
2. MODI BJP/RSS Hindutva inclusive government with the Congress Rahul Gandhi sissy boy????
3. Egyptian Sisi Dictator in inclusive government with the Muslim Brotherhood???
4. Israeli ruling Likud Party inclusive government with the Palestinian PLO??
5. American Republican inclusive government with the Democratic Party???

But you fools want an inclusive government of the Taliban with their enemies for over 20 years of war right now in one second... The very next day.... Quick quick.... Less than a month????

Idiots.

@MH.Yang
From 1927 to 1949, CCP and KMT fought a 22 year war in China.
In 1949, PRC was established. KMT member Song Qingling served as vice chairman of the Chinese people's Political Consultative Conference. Later, she also served as the president of PRC countries. Until now, the CPPCC still has dozens of KMT fixed seats.
Yes, Soong Ching Ling is a KMT member who has always been close to CCP. But can't the Taliban find a similar candidate?

Many countries just want to see the Taliban show an inclusive attitude.
In other words, many countries just want to see the Taliban show an attitude willing to abide by the rules of the game.

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Soong_Ching-ling
 
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Clutch

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From 1927 to 1949, CCP and KMT fought a 22 year war in China.
In 1949, PRC was established. KMT member Song Qingling served as vice chairman of the Chinese people's Political Consultative Conference. Later, she also served as the president of PRC countries. Until now, the CPPCC still has dozens of KMT fixed seats.
Yes, Soong Ching Ling is a KMT member who has always been close to CCP. But can't the Taliban find a similar candidate?

Many countries just want to see the Taliban show an inclusive attitude.
In other words, many countries just want to see the Taliban show an attitude willing to abide by the rules of the game.

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Soong_Ching-ling
Can you imagine all those countries I mentioned making "inclusive" governments in 30 days express demands???... Let's see how sensible your reasoning is..
 

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Bro, Erdoğan has to answer to his Turkish base who want him to speak for the Uzbeks and Turkmens in Afghanistan. Until Taliban can form a multi ethnic inclusive government, expect such statements.
It's actually in Pakistan's favor to have a multi-ethnic government in Afghanistan. You don't want an exclusively Pashtun goverment in Afghanistan that will start looking eastwards towards FATA. Taliban is at the end of the *still* a Pashtun group.
 

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