Iran’s Foreign Minister, Hossein Amirabdollahian, highlighted the imperative for tangible actions by the Taliban to address mutual concerns in a meeting with the acting foreign minister of the Taliban.
The issues discussed encompassed areas such as border disputes, water resources, and other pertinent matters between the two nations.
Amirabdollahian expressed optimism that Taliban officials would actively collaborate to resolve the ongoing challenges in these domains.
He commended Iran’s proactive role, especially in a climate where the United Nations Security Council and other international entities have shown a lack of initiative.
Reports from Iranian media emphasized Amirabdollahian’s recognition of the multifaceted importance of bilateral relations between Iran, the Taliban, and Afghanistan.
He underscored the significance of the interaction between the two nations.
Reiterating the necessity to address existing issues, including border and water disputes, Amirabdollahian voiced his hope for practical cooperation from Taliban officials. The emphasis was on seeking viable solutions to the challenges in these areas.
During the meeting, the acting foreign minister of the Taliban, Muttaqi, underscored the importance of enhancing bilateral relations.
He raised various issues within the realm of bilateral relations and stressed the ongoing necessity for interactions between the two countries. The topics included water resources, border management, trade relations, and collaboration in judicial and consular affairs.