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What are the Taliban talks in Norway all about?

Members of the Taliban are meeting Western officials in Norway for the first talks in Europe since the group took control of Afghanistan. The talks, set to last three days, will cover human rights and the humanitarian crisis in the country.

What are the Taliban talks in Afghanistan all about?

The official says the talks are aimed at bringing other non-Taliban leaders into a government that Taliban spokesman Suhail Shaheen has said will be an “inclusive Afghan government”. Afghans familiar with the talks say some sessions have gone late into the night and have been under way since soon after Ghani’s departure.

What is the Taliban surge in Afghanistan?

Taliban surge an ‘existential crisis’ for Afghan gov’t: Watchdog SIGAR report says Taliban attacks on Afghan targets surged from 6,700 in early 2020 to 13,242 by the end of the year. 29 Jul 2021

How much money will the Taliban want unfrozen from US?

The Taliban will push to have $10billion in assets unfrozen by the US as they begin their first official talks with western diplomats since they taking control of Afghanistan last year.

Why are the Taliban meeting Western officials in Norway?

Members of the Taliban are meeting Western officials in Norway for the first talks in Europe since the group took control of Afghanistan. The talks, set to last three days, will cover human rights and the humanitarian crisis in the country. The UN says 95% of Afghans do not have enough to eat.

What is Norway’s role in the Afghanistan conflict?

“Norway continues to engage in dialogue with the Taliban to promote human rights, women’s participation in society, and to strengthen humanitarian and economic efforts in Afghanistan in support of the Afghan people,” the Foreign Ministry said in a statement.

Will there be talks with the Taliban in Oslo in 2022?

In a press releases issued by the Norwegian government on January 21, 2022, the projected talks with the Taliban in Oslo were highlighted:

Is the Taliban changing?

“The Taliban has not changed as some in the international community like to say,” said Ahman Yasir, a Norwegian Afghan living in Norway for around two decades. “They are as brutal as they were in 2001 and before.”

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