As Taliban exchange guards at Russian Embassy in Kabul, Moscow says it won’t revoke group’s standing as terrorist group

Russia has no plans to take away the Taliban’s standing as a banned terrorist group, even if the motion is now de-facto ruling a rustic, Moscow’s particular presidential consultant for Afghanistan has mentioned.

Speaking to on-line publication Podyem, Zamir Kabulov defined that Moscow’s choices are guided by the UN Security Council. The Taliban was declared by the Russian Supreme Court to be a terrorist group on February 14, 2003, and its actions are outlawed nationwide. Other teams with the identical classification embody Al-Qaeda and Islamic State (IS, previously ISIS).

“For this status to change, the UN Security Council must adopt another resolution,” Kabulov explained, noting a new decree would have to be made for any change to be enacted in Russia.

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“Russia, more than anyone else, has always been a great believer in the observance of international law and the UN Charter. We are not going to violate established rules and order,” he defined.

Earlier on Monday, the Russian ambassador to Afghanistan revealed that the Taliban had taken over protection of the embassy after the Afghan National Security Forces surrendered. Dmitry Zhirnov met with representatives of the terrorist organisation who promised that Russian diplomats could be left to work in security, he mentioned.

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The scenario in Afghanistan has intensified in current weeks, following the US determination to withdraw its troops from the nation. On Sunday, militants from the Taliban entered the Afghan capital of Kabul and declared that they’d taken management of the whole nation, together with all its main cities and border checkpoints. On the identical day, Afghan President Ashraf Ghani fled the nation.

Ghani turned President of Afghanistan in September 2014, marking the primary time within the nation’s historical past that energy was democratically transferred. Since his election, Ghani has loved an in depth relationship with the US, which has pumped almost a trillion {dollars} into the nation. According to a 2019 research by Brown University, Washington has spent round $978 billion in Afghanistan and Pakistan since 2001.

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