Taliban Deputy PM Baradar Meets UNDP Director in Doha, Seeks Help

Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar met with UNDP Director Achim Steiner in Doha. According to a representative for the Taliban's political office, the discuss
Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar

Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar met with UNDP Director Achim Steiner in Doha. According to a representative for the Taliban's political office, the discussion focused on the country's dismal economic situation. Fridh continued, "The country is on the edge of crumbling, and it's occurring faster than we imagined."

Key Highlights

  • Other problems mentioned in the discussion, according to Naeem, include the country's poor economic position and the treatment of drug users.
  • Earlier on Saturday, Swedish Development Minister Per Olsson Fridh warned that unless the international community intervened quickly, Afghanistan will devolve into anarchy.


Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar, the acting Deputy Prime Minister of the Taliban-appointed temporary government, met with UNDP Director Achim Steiner in Doha and addressed a variety of topics, including the country's poor economic position, according to a media source.


According to Ariana News, Mohammad Naeem, the Taliban's political office spokesperson, stated in a series of tweets that the meeting focused on the present situation in Afghanistan.


Other problems mentioned in the discussion, according to Naeem, include the country's poor economic position and the treatment of drug users.


Mullah Baradar thanked the UNDP for its aid and urged the organization to expand its assistance to people in many disciplines. In response, Steiner stated that he will continue to help Afghans.


Earlier on Saturday, Swedish Development Minister Per Olsson Fridh warned that unless the international community intervened quickly, Afghanistan will devolve into anarchy.


"The country is on the verge of collapsing, and it's happening quicker than we expected," Fridh added.


Fridh emphasized that Sweden would not transfer money through the Taliban, saying that the country's economic downturn may create a climate conducive to terrorist organisations flourishing. According to Dawn, it would instead increase humanitarian assistance through Afghan civil society organizations.

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