Abdul Salam Hanafi, the Taliban’s Deputy Prime Minister, said that instability in Afghanistan affects the stability of the region and the world.
Hanafi urged regional and global stakeholders to take advantage of “current security” in Afghanistan.
The Taliban’s Deputy Prime Minister addressed the "Afghanistan and Regional Connectivity: Opportunities and Challenges" meeting in Kabul on Wednesday.
Hanafi reiterated that the Taliban seeks good relations with the world and expects other countries to maintain their good relations with the group.
The Taliban talks about stability in Afghanistan when at least 56 students died in a suicide attack in the past in western Kabul.
In addition to that, after the death of al-Qaeda leader Ayman al-Zawahiri in a drone strike in Kabul, the world's concern about the presence of terrorist groups in Afghanistan has increased.
The United Nations too believes that the Taliban have not cut ties with Al-Qaeda while other terrorist groups have been operating freely in Afghanistan.