Regarding the situation in Afghanistan, a G7 = seven major foreign ministers' meeting was held online on the night of the 19th of Japan time, recognizing that it is an urgent task to evacuate all those who wish to leave the country immediately and safely. They agreed and confirmed the close cooperation of the G7.
With the armed forces Tullivan seizing power in Afghanistan, the seven major G7 countries held an urgent foreign ministers' meeting online on the night of the 19th of Japan time at the behest of the chair country, the United Kingdom, and Foreign Minister Mogi from Japan I participated from the Middle East Jordan where I visited.
Among them, the G7 countries agreed that it is an urgent task to evacuate all those who wish to leave the country, including foreigners remaining in Afghanistan, immediately and safely.
In addition, after exchanging opinions on humanitarian assistance and counterterrorism measures, Minister Mogi will secure freedom of activities by humanitarian aid agencies in Afghanistan and cooperate with a wide range of countries including neighboring countries. Emphasized the importance.
The G7 confirmed that it will work closely with the future response to Afghanistan.
After the meeting, Minister Mogi told reporters whether Japan would approve the Taliban's administration, saying, "First, we will look at the situation and see the actual actions of the Taliban. I do not want it, and I would like to firmly determine whether it will move in a new direction by respecting women's rights. "