The Taliban, who seized power in Afghanistan, have fulfilled all the conditions for recognizing the legitimacy of the provisional government formed by them,  the chairman of the Taliban cabinet, Mohammad Hassan Akhund, during a conference on the economy in Kabul.

Akhund said that the Islamic Emirate [Afghanistan - ed.] (the name of the state used by the Taliban) has met all the conditions sufficient for recognition of the system's legitimacy, TASS reported.

Akhund also called on the countries of the world to recognize the government formed by the radicals and to support the Afghan people.

The Taliban launched a massive operation to take control of Afghanistan after the U.S. announced last spring the decision to withdraw its armed forces from the country.

On August 15, 2021, the Taliban entered Kabul without a fight and President Ashraf Ghani fled the country. On September 6, the Taliban claimed control of all Afghan territory and on September 7 announced the composition of the provisional government, whose legitimacy has not yet been recognized by any country.