New Taliban interim government is not comprehensive, says US Secretary of State

US Secretary of State Anthony Blinken has said the new Afghan Taliban interim government is not comprehensive.

During a press conference in Berlin, Anthony Blanken said the United States had concerns about some members of the Taliban cabinet.

He said that the Taliban would have to gain legal status from the world for some names of the new government, adding that the Taliban would be tested by their actions.

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The Secretary of State added that he had spoken to allies about keeping the Taliban in line with their promises.

He said that at present the Taliban were not allowing the departure of charter flights while they were making every effort to start charter flights to Afghanistan.

Anthony Blinken also said that the Taliban were blocking flights due to incomplete documentation of some passengers.