KABUL: Taliban say they are in pursuit of establishing an ‘Islamic all-inclusive Afghan state member of the Taliban delegation says the “Islamic Afghan government” will bring about fundamental changes in the lives of Afghan women, children and men.
In his latest interview with Afghanistan’s Sputnik news agency, Sohail Shahin, a member of the Taliban delegation, said that fundamental changes would take place in the lives of Afghan citizens when an “Islamic Afghan” government was established.
He stressed that this kind of government will give Afghans a free and independent country and can live in peace and tranquility in their country.
Shahin adds that in this government, the basic rights of women, including education, will be protected within the framework of Islamic principles.
The Taliban member of the Afghan Women’s Rights Committee added that they have the right to pursue a doctorate, but in some parts of Afghanistan this may be impossible due to the circumstances.
It is worth mentioning that a few days ago, Mohammad Naeem Wardak, the spokesman of the Taliban in Qatar, announced on Twitter that a four-member delegation had arrived in Moscow. During the visit, the delegation met with Zamir Kabulov, Special Representative of the Russian President for Afghanistan.