No country has officially recognized the regime established by the Taliban after the seizure of power in August.
In a letter written before the feast of Eid al-Fitr, Akhundzadeh did not mention the issues in suspended that raise tensions with the international community, including the reopening of secondary schools for girls.
Instead, he said, recognition should come first. “in so that we can address our problems formally and within diplomatic norms and principles. “
“There is no doubt that the world has transformed in a small village, “said Akhundzada, who is not seen in public for years and lives in isolation in Kandahar, the spiritual stronghold of the Taliban.
“Afghanistan has its role in the pace and in world stability. Based on this need, the world should recognize Afghanistan, “she added.