A Taliban delegation has visited the Afghan consulate in Khorog, the center of Badakhshan province of Tajikistan.
Abdul Qahar Balkhi, the Taliban foreign ministry spokesperson, said that the delegation has evaluated the affairs of the Afghan consulate.
Balkhi added that the delegation also examined the general situation of the consulate building which had been damaged due to snowfall in Tajikistan.
The delegation was headed by Mohammad Musa Amiri, head of finance and administration of the Taliban's foreign ministry.
The Taliban has not published any photos of the visit of the delegation or of the Afghan consulate building in Khorog.
However earlier, Tajik media had reported that several houses, including the Afghan consulate in Khorog, had been damaged due to snowfall.
Tajikistan and the Afghan embassy in Dushanbe have not yet commented on the visit of the Taliban delegation from Badakhshan province.
The government of Tajikistan has been vocal about the politics of the Taliban and the Afghan embassy in Dushanbe is also led by Zahir Aghbar, the ambassador of the previous government of Afghanistan to Tajikistan.
Dushanbe, which has hosted several opposition leaders of the Taliban, has repeatedly emphasised that the group must form an inclusive government.