Chinanews, October 12, according to foreign media reports, the Afghan Taliban government's acting foreign minister Mutaki said that on the 12th, the Taliban delegation will meet with EU representatives in Doha, the capital of Qatar.

Earlier, the Taliban had held face-to-face talks with the US for the first time since the US military withdrew from Afghanistan.

  On the 11th, Mutaki said at an event hosted by the Qatar Conflict and Humanitarian Research Center that the Taliban had met some German government officials and a British member of parliament.

He said: "Tomorrow we will meet with representatives of the European Union, and we will continue to have positive talks with representatives of other countries."

  "We want to establish a positive relationship with the world. We believe that a balanced international relationship should be maintained. We also believe that such a balanced relationship can prevent Afghanistan from instability."

  Nabila Massrali, spokesperson for EU foreign and security policy, said that the talks “are informal exchanges at the technical level, and do not include recognition of the'interim government'.” She said that the two sides will discuss humanitarian issues. Socialist assistance and women’s rights.

  On the same day, the EU’s High Representative for Foreign and Security Policy Borelli stated in Brussels that the EU is seeking to strengthen direct assistance to the Afghan people. “We cannot'wait and see'. We need to take action and act quickly.” But he emphasized that the EU is Does not recognize the Taliban regime in Afghanistan.

  From October 9th to 10th, the Afghan Taliban and the US government held a meeting in Doha.

The Afghan Taliban stated that the talks were "going smoothly" and the US agreed to provide humanitarian assistance to Afghanistan.

The US stated that the talks between the two sides were "frank and professional."