The EU High Representative for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy, Josep Borrell, said that the European Union plans to open its representative office in Kabul. He told reporters about this.
“We are working on it. But for security reasons, I can’t tell you the time frame, ” he said.
Earlier it was reported that the European Union is concerned about the creation of an interim government of Afghanistan by the radical Taliban movement, which does not reflect the expectations of the community and the international obligations of the militants.
Before that, the Taliban announced the composition of the interim government of Afghanistan. One of the founders of the movement, Mullah Mohammad Hassan Akhund, became the head of the government. He led the militants during the war with the government army of Afghanistan. Abdul Ghani Baradar, a field commander, and leader of the political wing of the Taliban was appointed his deputy.
Other political forces, including representatives of the secular authorities, militias, and women, are not represented in it.