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Afghanistan–Taliban leaders chase international legitimacy and are making some limited concessions to the international community to achieve this. That could include further facilitating the return to the country of people who have the right to leave or engaging in counter-terrorism operations against Isis-K.
The Emir of Qatar, Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani, called on world leaders to remain engaged with the Taliban in Afghanistan, underlining his country’s commitment to contributing to the peaceful resolution of conflicts. During the 76th session of the United Nations General Assembly in New York last week, the Emir stressed the importance of the international community’s ongoing support for the Afghan people. He described the current situation aUNSMIL) welcomed the two conflict parties’ return to Geneva dialogue (5+5), which aims to reach a stable ceasefire.
The Mission also expressed the hope that all Libyan and international parties will respond to the Libyans’ desire to end the fighting and that the resumption of military committee talks will mark the beginning of a calm on the ground, and a humanitarian truce, that will allow to reach a final ceasefire agreement and allow the competent authorities to focus their efforts on addressing the repercussions and risk of the COVID-19 pandemic, as well as facilitating the response to urgent humanitarian needs by local and international agencies.