A Taliban delegation led by Nooruddin Azizi, the group’s Minister of Commerce and Industry, arrived in Islamabad to participate in a tripartite meeting.
The delegation includes representatives of the Ministry of Finance, Ministry Transport and Civil Aviation and Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
In a statement, on Monday, the Ministry of Commerce and Industry of the Taliban stated that the delegation has traveled to Islamabad to participate in a tripartite meeting with the representatives of Uzbekistan and Pakistan.
The Afghan Embassy in Islamabad also posted a video stating that the delegation will address issues related to travel and trade between the two countries.
This Taliban delegation’s trip occurs even though Pakistan has recently faced criticism from the group’s officials following the deportation of Afghan immigrants from the country.