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Tullivan seeks international recognition after a men-only gathering

A rally of thousands of male religious and ethnic leaders run by Tullivan ends on Saturday and officially approves their administration to foreign governments. I asked them to do it, but there were no signs of change. In response to international demands such as the opening of a girls' high school.

The Afghan economy was in jeopardy as the Western government withdrew funding and enforced strict sanctions. Taliban The government has stated that it needs to change its policy on human rights, especially women's human rights.

"To regional and international countries, especially Islamic countries ... Approve the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan ... Lift all sanctions, unfreeze (central bank) funds and support Afghanistan's development "I urge you," said the rally attendees in a statement using a government group name that was not officially recognized by any country.

Group Recluse Leaders attended a three-day rally of over 4,000 men on Friday to celebrate the Taliban's victory and give a speech emphasizing national independence. ..

 The Taliban returned to the announcement that all schools would open in March, and many girls in high school wept and were criticized by the Western government. ..

In a speech broadcast on state television, a small number of participants covered the education of girls and women. The Taliban's deputy leader and interior minister, Shirajudin Hakani, said the world is demanding comprehensive government and education, and these issues will take time.

However, the group's supreme leader, Haibatula Akunzada, is usually based in the southern city of Kandahar and rarely appears in public, foreigners order. He said it shouldn't be released.

The final statement of the rally said the Islamic State's militant groups were illegal, stating that the defense of the Islamic Emirate was mandatory and behind some attacks in the country. ..

He said he would not interfere with neighboring countries and should not interfere with Afghanistan.