Taliban’s deputy leader Mullah Baradar said at the opening ceremony of intra-Afghan talks that Afghanistan must have an Islamic system so that all citizens can see themselves in it.
Mullah Baradar said at the first meeting of intra-Afghan negotiations, held in Doha on Saturday, that Taliban have so far acted based on the US-Taliban agreement.
Being the third speaker at the opening ceremony, Baradar said: “Taliban assures Afghan people that they will conduct the negotiations sincerely. We must take into account the interests of all”.
“Afghanistan should have an Islamic system in which all Afghans should see themselves represented,” he added.
It is worth mentioning that Taliban in their rhetoric did not mention women’s rights, achievements of the past two decades, the rights of religious and ethnic minorities and human rights.