Taliban leader meets senior Aga Khan Foundation member and discusses Afghanistan strategy




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Update:
06 November 2021 21:28 STI

Kabul [Afghanistan], Nov 6 (ANI): Taliban spokesman Zabihullah Mujahid said key group leaders met with Aga Khan Development Network (AKDN) envoy Akbar Pesnani to discuss a comprehensive strategy development for Afghanistan, Sputnik reported.
The Deputy Prime Minister of the interim government announced by the Taliban, Abdul Salam Hanafi, met Pesnani and the latter gave a briefing on the activities of AKDN agencies aimed at developing cultural, economic and social spheres in Afghanistan, a said Sputnik.
Pesnani also pointed out that more than 140 cultural heritage sites have already been restored in Afghanistan with the help of the foundation.

Hanafi said the Taliban are ready to help the foundation in its mission in the country.
Stressing that joint activities should focus on developing health and education systems in Afghanistan, Hanafi said the Taliban has already started to create conditions for girls’ education in the country.
Pesnani also said that the current priority should be the development of women’s education in Afghanistan.
Currently, Afghanistan is surrounded by various problems, as the country’s government collapsed months ago and the Taliban took control of it. (ANI)


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