PARIS, 12 Sept. (Reuters) – The Taliban are lying and France won’t have any relationship with it is newly formed government, said minister of Foreign Affairs Jean-Yves Le Drian late on Saturday before departure for talk in Qatar on Sunday to discuss future evacuations from Afghanistan.
“They said they would let some foreigners and Afghans leave free and (talked) of an inclusive and representative government, but they lie,” said Le Drian on France 5 television.
“France refuses to recognize a type of to have” of relation with this government. We want actions of the Taliban and they will need a little economic breathing space and international relationships. To be up to them.”
Paris has evacuated about 3,000 people people and had technical discussions with the Taliban to die to make departures possible.
LeDrian, who goes to the Qatari capital Doha on Sunday said there were still a few French and a few hundred Afghans with tyres met France continue to exist in Afghanistan.
Reporting by John Irish; Editing by Daniel Wallis
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