The Afghans also called for an end to blacklists and sanctions in meetings led by Taliban Foreign Minister Amir Khan Muttaqi and Tom West, the US special representative for Afghanistan.
In some cases, local Taliban commanders have drawn up lists of people to be targeted, saying they committed unforgivable acts.
As per the union, the deteriorated economic status of families is the main reason for the closure of these educational centers.
Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan said on Monday said his government would allow the transit of 50,000 tonnes of wheat from India to Afghanistan.
Jaishankar said it is necessary for the RIC countries to coordinate their respective approaches on the threats of terrorism, radicalisation and drug trafficking.
Taliban unable to handle law, order in Afghan, as country faces economic crisis, uncertain security situation
After failing to provide safety and security to Afghan businessmen, the Taliban has allowed traders to carry weapons for protection.
During the first 100 days, six significant regional and international meetings were held in Afghanistan.
Zan TV, the first Afghan channel staffed exclusively by female producers and reporters, said on Twitter that the "guidelines threaten media freedom" and reduce "the presence of women journalists".
Currently, Pakistan only allows Afghanistan to export goods to India but doesn't allow any other two-way trade through the border crossing.
Pakistan foreign minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi had recently met leaders of the Taliban in Afghanistan's Kabul.
It has long been the territorial and operational bastion for Afghanistan's ISIS affiliate known as ISIS-K, or colloquially as Daesh.
Pakistan to soon communicate its decision to India on allowing wheat shipment to Afghanistan: Report
Last month, India announced 50,000 metric tons of wheat for Afghanistan as humanitarian assistance and requested Pakistan to ship the food grain via the Wagah border.
Afghanistan's banking system is severely disrupted, creating massive cash shortages across the country, and the COVID-19 pandemic is ongoing, the statement said.
No one immediately claimed responsibility for the explosion.
About 82,000 people have come to the U.S. so far under what the Biden administration calls Operation Allies Welcome.