Canada is unwilling to recognize the Taliban Govt, says Trudeau

Canadian Premier Justin Trudeau Tuesday stated the Taliban Government in Afghanistan will not be recognized by Canada, as it still regards the organization as a “terrorist outfit.”

“Canada does not plan to recognise the Taliban as Afghanistan’s government,” Trudeau stated.

“They have taken over a democratic administration that is properly elected by force and replaced it. And… they are recognised by the Canadian legislation as a terrorist organization.”

On Munday, the US declared that a Taliban administration would only be recognised in Kabul provided women’s rights and terrorism were respected.

Boris Johnson called on the leaders of the G7 to have a meeting on Afghanistan, whereas Josep Borrell, Chef of European Union Foreign Policy, on Tuesday, told the Taliban that the group would have to talk.

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