Radical Islamists of the Taliban are ready to recognize the occupied Crimea as "Russian"
Taliban spokesman Zabihullah Mujahid explained his position on the illegally occupied Crimea by the Russian Federation to a Russian journalist, reports Censor.net while citing Octagon.Media
First of all, Zabihullah Mujahid assured that the Taliban terrorist organization banned in the Russian Federation seeks to establish friendly relations with Moscow: "We want to have good diplomatic contacts and comprehensive ties with Russia. We want stability in the region, and we don't want Russia to fight with any country."
When asked whether the current government of Afghanistan will continue the policy of its predecessors, who recognized the occupied Crimea as Russian territory, the Taliban spokesman said: "it depends on what the people of Crimea want. If he wants to be with Russia, we support it."