The European Union has not perceived the Taliban, EU Commission President Ursula von der Leyen said on Saturday, nor is it holding political discussions with the assailants, seven days after they held onto control of Afghanistan.
The Taliban finished a lightning takeover of Afghanistan on Sunday, strolling into the capital Kabul without shooting a shot.
The top of the EU chief talked subsequent to visiting a gathering place in Madrid for Afghan representatives of EU organizations emptied from Kabul.
Von der Leyen said she would propose an increment in the 57 million euros ($67 million) in philanthropic guide which the Commission had dispensed for the current year for Afghanistan.
She said EU improvement help is attached to regard of basic liberties, great treatment of minorities and regard for the privileges of ladies and young ladies.
“We might well hear the Taliban’s words however we will quantify them most importantly by their deeds and activities,” von der Leyen told a news gathering.
She said the Commission was prepared to give financing to EU nations which assist with resettling outcasts, and she intended to raise the resettlement issue at a G7 meeting one week from now.
After a top in 2015 when more than 1,000,000 travelers went to the EU, for the most part from Syria, Afghanistan and Iraq, the EU has cut the quantity of appearances on account of an arrangement with Turkey which gets EU assets to have haven searchers in its region.
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