China News Service, September 22. According to a Reuters report on the 21st, the Taliban in Afghanistan sent a letter to the United Nations, requesting to speak at the UN General Assembly in New York this week and nominating its Qatar spokesperson Shahin as its representative to the United Nations.

  According to reports, Mutaki, the foreign minister of the interim government appointed by the Taliban, sent a letter to UN Secretary-General Guterres on the 20th, requesting a speech at the general debate of the UN General Assembly.

Guterres’ spokesperson Farhan Haq confirmed that “The Secretary-General of the United Nations received a letter with the words'Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan' on September 20, 2021”.

  Hacker stated that his request has been submitted to the Credentials Committee for processing, and the review committee should decide who should represent Afghanistan at the United Nations.

  At present, the seat of Afghanistan in the United Nations belongs to the previous Afghan government, and the permanent representative is Ghulam Isaczai (Ghulam Isaczai).

Huck stated that the Taliban stated in the letter that Isakzai’s mission is “considered to be over and he no longer represents Afghanistan”.

  According to the rules of the General Assembly, Isaac Zai will remain in office until the Credentials Committee makes a decision.

He currently plans to speak on September 27.

  On the other hand, Afghan Taliban spokesman Mujahid held a press conference in Kabul on the 21st and announced a group of members of the interim government, including many ethnic minorities.

Mujahid called on the international community to recognize the Taliban government.