Ursula von der Leyen, the EU Commission president, has said the body has not perceived the Taliban after their takeover of Afghanistan.
She additionally said the commission was not holding any discussions with the aggressor bunch.
Talking at a news meeting on Saturday in the wake of visiting a gathering place in Madrid for Afghan workers of EU bodies cleared from Kabul, Ms von der Leyen said the commission will offer to finance EU nations that take in Afghan exiles.
The issue is a disruptive one in Europe. More than 1,000,000 travellers went to the coalition in 2015 – generally from Afghanistan, Iraq and Syria – while southern EU nations have since a long time ago grumbled about taking in enormous quantities of transients who have crossed the Mediterranean without adequate assistance from different individuals.
Ms von der Leyen likewise said she would request a raise in a philanthropic guide for Afghanistan this year. Yet, this would be attached to regard for the privileges of ladies and ethnic minorities, she explained.
“We may well hear the Taliban’s words but we will measure them above all by their deeds and actions,” she said.