The Turkish ambassador in Kabul, Cihad Erginay, in a meeting with the second deputy prime minister, Mullah Abdul Salam Hanafi, said that Ankara will work to develop relations between the Islamic Emirate and the international community, according to the Islamic Emirate.
The Arg said on Twitter that in the meeting Hanafi called for the development of relations between the Islamic Emirate and all countries.
The Islamic Emirate's spokesperson, Zabihullah Mujahid, told TOLOnews that the current government seeks to establish good ties with the world.
"Afghanistan wants to strengthen ties and boost trust with all nations that have good relations with Afghanistan. Turkey has an embassy in Afghanistan, and they have resumed operations. Afghanistan and Turkey have good ties. Our elders visit the Turkish embassy often, and these visits increase trust between the two countries,” Mujahid said.
"If the government changes in Turkey, I think it will end badly for the Taliban and Turkey will not continue its ties with the Taliban like Erdoğan did,” said Wahid Faqiri, a political analyst.
In the meantime, Hamid Karzai, the former president of Afghanistan, said at a meeting with Roza Otunbayeva, the head of UNAMA in Afghanistan, that a national dialogue is necessary for a lasting peace in the nation.
"They discussed the useful outcome of the meeting that will be held on May 1 and 2 in Doha, and national dialogue was stressed for lasting peace," said Shazada Masoud, a relative of Karzai.
Officials of the current Afghan government have always said that they have official and diplomatic relations with all countries, including neighboring countries.
Even though the Islamic Emirate has sent new diplomats to several nations, including the United Arab Emirates, Iran, Turkey, China, Russia, and Pakistan, so far, no country has formally recognized the current government.