Foreign Minister Saifuddin Abdullah today revealed that Malaysia is constantly eyeing developments in Afghanistan ever since the Taliban seized the country.
In a virtual press conference, Saifuddin said the government is receiving daily updates from Kabul but yet to be decided regarding the stance on Afghanistan.
There is still an ongoing discussion on what the country’s official stance should be or not after the Taliban gained power from the Ashraf Ghani government.
Follow MyShorts, News In 60 Words
[expander_maker id=”4″ more=”Click Here To Read This Story In Detail” less=”Read less”]
He said that the government is receiving daily information following the updates but wants to take a cautious approach, without rushing into anything. He further said that they are still accessing the situation and would reveal its stand soon.
When asked about reports on two Malaysians, who were recently detained by the Taliban, IGP Acryl Sani Abdullah Sani said the government is yet to receive an official report on it.
Taliban ceased control over the war-torn country on 15 August after Afghan President Ashraf Ghani fled the country.