A Taliban representative said on Friday that China has vowed to keep its international safe haven in Afghanistan open and to build philanthropic guide to the conflict assaulted country.
Abdul Salam Hanafi, an individual from the gathering's political office in Doha, Qatar, "held a telephone discussion with Wu Jianghao, Deputy Foreign Minister of the People's Republic of China," representative Suhail Shaheen said on Twitter.
"The Chinese appointee unfamiliar priest said that they would keep up with their international safe haven in Kabul, adding our relations would expand when contrasted with the past. Afghanistan can assume a significant part in [the] security and advancement of the locale," he said.
"China will likewise proceed and build its philanthropic help particularly for [the] treatment of Covid-19," the representative proceeded.
There was no prompt affirmation from Beijing.
A large part of the world has embraced a cautious way to deal with commitment with the Taliban as they change gears from a radical gathering to administering power.
However, China has more than once pummeled what it sees as a hurried and badly arranged withdrawal from Afghanistan by the United States and has said it is prepared to develop "amicable and helpful" relations with the Taliban following their takeover.
China's government office in Kabul stays functional, in spite of the fact that Beijing started clearing Chinese residents from the country months prior as security disintegrated.
However, Beijing has not yet perceived the Taliban as the true government and is careful about the gathering offering help to Uighur separatists hoping to penetrate its touchy boundary district of Xinjiang.
For Beijing, a steady and agreeable organization in Kabul would prepare for an extension of its abroad framework drive, examiners say.
The Taliban, in the mean time, may look at China as an essential wellspring of speculation and monetary help.
Chinese organizations have likewise been looking at Afghanistan's immense copper and lithium mines, yet specialists say the risky security circumstance implies any quick items surge by financial backers is improbable.