Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has expressed his regret that the Taliban movement has not formed a comprehensive and inclusive administration for all in Afghanistan.
This came in a statement he made to reporters, Thursday, from the “Turkish House” in the US state of New York, which he is visiting to participate in the United Nations General Assembly meeting.
In this regard, Erdogan said: “Given the current approach of the Taliban, unfortunately, an inclusive and inclusive administration has not been formed.”
He added, “Now we are receiving some indications about the possibility of making changes in the administration so that it is inclusive and inclusive of all spectrums, and with that happening we can sit down with the Taliban and discuss what can be done for Afghanistan.”
The Turkish president stressed that his country could not open its doors in the face of waves of migration that might come from Afghanistan, and that Washington could not demand that.
Erdogan addressed the issue of reforming the structure of the United Nations and the Security Council, saying: “The world today is not the same as it was during the first and second world wars. The fate of the world cannot be linked to what the five permanent members of the UN Security Council will say.”
He stressed the need to start reforming the structure of the UN Security Council by removing the veto right from the permanent members.
On the climate change file, Erdogan said that his country will express its ideas on climate change through messages it intends to deliver at the upcoming Glasgow conference.
He stated that the “Paris Climate Agreement” will be submitted to the Turkish Parliament for approval in early October.