French Foreign Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian said that the Taliban must prove by deeds that they have changed as they say.
He wrote in a tweet: “I asked that the Taliban show by deeds that they have changed as they say. It is up to them to prove it.”
The French diplomatic chief reiterated Paris’s support for the Afghan people.
The French authorities had announced that since 2001 the beginning of the international military intervention in Afghanistan, 89 French soldiers have been killed in the country, and 700 have been seriously wounded at times.
The authorities indicated that France was militarily present for 13 years until 2014 in Afghanistan, and had an active role in its missions and spent them to the fullest, and France counted nearly 4,000 soldiers in this country in 2010, at the height of NATO’s participation.
French President Emmanuel Macron said on his Twitter account: “Our country was militarily involved in Afghanistan for 13 years, from 2001 to 2014, and about 90 of our soldiers lost their lives there. I want to support their families, they died for France. We will not forget them.”