May 25, 2022

Taliban officials reportedly visit Russia for talks

Two Taliban leaders reportedly visited Moscow to talk with Russian leaders, according to the Washington Examiner.

The trip follows a recent visit of Taliban leaders to Oslo to urge unfreezing $10 billion in assets as Afghanistan deals with a growing humanitarian crisis.

Mullah Baradar and Mullah Yaqub were reported as the two Taliban leaders to meet with Russian officials. However, Russian news sources have denied the meetings.

The growing outreach of the Taliban comes as the nation seeks both to help its starving people and as the new radical government seeks legitimacy among world nations.

The Taliban has already sought recognition as a government from the U.N., a move that did not proceed as the Taliban hoped.

The growing noise from the Taliban outside of Afghanistan shows Biden’s problems in leaving will continue to grow in the days ahead.

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