Yesterday, the Taliban announced its interim cabinet with Mullah Mohammad Hassan Akhund as caretaker prime minister.
In addition, Taliban co-founder Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar has been appointed Deputy Prime Minister.
China reacted to the Taliban’s announcement of an interim government, and now the European Union has made a statement.
According to a spokesman for the European Union, the Taliban’s interim government in Afghanistan is comprehensive and does not represent all linguistic and religious groups.
The spokesman said the names in the Taliban’s interim government had been initially analyzed. The formation of a new Afghan government did not appear to be ethnically and religiously comprehensive and representative.
The spokesman said he hoped the Taliban government in Afghanistan would live up to its promises made in recent weeks.