China has become the first country to accord diplomatic status to a Taliban nominated official, Bilal Karimi, as Afghanistan's Ambassador to Beijing. In this manner, it has formally recognised the legitimacy of the Taliban-run government in Kabul. 

Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesperson, Wang Wenbin, said at a press briefing, China believes Afghanistan should not be

excluded from the international community. No other country has formally recognised the Taliban government, criticising it for human rights violations and oppression of women. China along with Pakistan and Russia has maintained its embassy in Kabul after the Taliban takeover in August 2021 following the withdrawal of American troops from the war-ravaged country.

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