Jan Egeland, head of Norwegian Refugee Council, NRC, urged the West to engage with the Islamic Emirate.
Egeland made the remarks in a special interview with TOLOnews.
He pointed out to the recent decision of the Islamic Emirate regarding the ban on women from going to schools, universities and work, saying that such decision would affect Kabul relations with the international community.
"I am sure we will find a solution. We found the solution in the past. We never left Afghanistan. The western forces did, the western diplomats did. I am also asking the western diplomats to engage more with the Taliban but again I don't think it is gonna be in Doha then because what is said in Doha, is not what decided in Kabul and Kandahar," Egeland said.
But the Islamic Emirate Spokesman Zabiullah Mujahid said that the international community should first recognize the caretaker government of Afghanistan.
"As the international organizations conduct their operations for humanitarian purposes, they should continue their assistance and link it to rules and laws because the people of Afghanistan need assistance," Mujahid said.
Political analysts said that ban on women will affect the Islamic Emirate's relations with the world.
"The people of Afghanistan even those who are working in government and non-government organizations are facing restrictions, which has concerned aid organizations," said Jannat Fahim Chakari, a political analyst.
"Both sides should seek political engagement considering the deteriorated economic, political and social conditions of our people," said Ahmad Khan Andar, a political analyst.
The international community has set formation of inclusive government, human rights including rights of women and girls, as well as preventing Afghan soil from being used against other countries, as preconditions for the recognition of the Islamic Emirate.