U.S. marks the anniversary under the pall of a pandemic and in the shadow of a frantic withdrawal from Afghanistan which fell to the same militants who gave safe haven to the plotters of the attacks.
Qureshi said that the West should now test the new Taliban government to ensure it keeps its promises.
Unprecedented scenes and being witnessed in the Afghan capital Kabul, where panic-stricken people are scurrying to escape from the country.
In a televised statement on the fall of Kabul, he said the Taliban's real test was only just beginning and that they had to serve the nation, The Guardian newspaper reported.
Surjewala said the Prime Minister and External Affairs Minister need to come out and clearly spell out our policy for safe return of our citizens
The Taliban has stormed to the cusp of a return to power after NATO troops withdrew from the country following a decision by US President Joe Biden to pull out.
The Taliban government imposed the strictest interpretations of sharia, establishing religious police for the suppression of "vice".
The militants themselves didn't acknowledge the advance, though they earlier took Jalalabad, near a major border crossing with Pakistan, the last major city other than Kabul not under their control.
Taliban negotiators headed to the presidential palace Sunday to discuss the transfer, said an Afghan official who spoke on condition of anonymity for fear of reprisals.
Afghan president assures people of ensuring no further instability in the war-torn country
Once supplied to see off Taliban, abandoned US weaponry now fuelling militant push against Afghan forces
The Taliban's social media is awash with videos of Taliban fighters seizing weapons caches -- the majority supplied by Western powers.
They now control 18 of Afghanistan's 34 provinces, leaving the Western-backed government in control of a smattering of provinces in the center and east, as well as Kabul and Mazar-e-Sharif.
Afghan troops are facing blistering attacks from the Taliban, including onslaughts on positions in the militants' southern strongholds and a lightning offensive in the north.
Muhammad Qasim Halimi, Afghan minister for Hajj and Religious Affairs, underlined that there was no excuse for the Taliban to continue fighting in Afghanistan after the withdrawal of foreign troops.
The primitive devices, sometimes made in mechanics' workshops for little money, are used by militants, criminals or those trying to settle personal scores.