The negotiating team of the Taliban was pulled out of the UN blacklist
Reporter: Imran Khorasani
The Taliban group is announcing the names of their members who are a part of the negotiating team with the US is now pulled out from United Nations blacklist. “The names of 14 people who are a part of the negotiating team has now removed from the UN blacklist temporarily been expelled for 9 months, the spokesman for the Taliban spokesman Zabihullah Mujahid told BBC in an exclusive interview.
A spokesman for the group adds: “It is promising that the names of these people will be permanently removed from the UN blacklist. This delegation of 14 people was set up by the leadership of the group before the fifth meeting of the Taliban and representatives of the United States were willing to conduct peace talks. ”
Mullah Abdul Ghani Brother, one of the founders of the Taliban group, who was released almost six months before from Pakistani prison, is on the top of this list. He is now head of the Taliban political office in Qatar. In addition, the name of the Anas Haqqani is also a part of this list who is presently in the Afghan National Directorate of Security Prison is also on the list, which has not yet been abandoned for talks. It is unclear what steps will be taken to free him. Anas Haqqani is the son of Jalaluddin Haqqani, the founder of Haqqani Network and the half-brother of Sarajuddin Haqqani. Sarajuddin Haqqani is the current network leader and deputy head of the Taliban group.