Kabulov, who is also the director of the Russian Foreign Ministry’s Second Asia Department, told Echoes of Moscow radio station that ‘nobody is going to rush with this. The recognition or non-recognition will depend on the behavior of the new authorities.’
The official pointed out that Russia would carefully observe ‘with what responsibility they will govern the country in the near future. And, according to the results, the Russian leadership will draw the necessary conclusions.’
Kabulov informed that Russian Ambassador to Afghanistan Dmitry Zhirnov will meet on Tuesday with the coordinator of the Taliban movement’s leadership to discuss security guarantees at the headquarters of the Moscow mission in Kabul.
According to the diplomat, Kabul, capital of Afghanistan, where the main Taliban forces have already concentrated after they entered the city, is in calm this Monday.