Afghan diplomatic missions in a joint statement supported position of western countries regarding the establishment of an elected government in Afghanistan.
The diplomatic missions hoped that the international efforts will help achieve real peace and stability in Afghanistan.
The statement of Afghan diplomatic missions also stressed on the establishment of an elected, inclusive and accountable government, along with constitutional order.
The statement added that the Taliban have not been able to provide equal rights to Afghan citizens, especially women and girls.
On September 22, special representatives of the European Union, France, Germany, Italy, Norway, Great Britain, and the United States issued a joint statement with clear demands from the Taliban on human rights and governance issues.
Western officials had warned that armed conflicts will increase without the establishment of an elected government in Afghanistan.