The Security Council Committee established pursuant to resolution 1988 (2011) decided on 6 April 2019 that the travel ban imposed by paragraph 1 (b) of resolution 2255 (2015) shall not apply to the travels of Abdul Ghani Baradar Abdul Ahmad Turk (TAi.024), Sher Mohammad Abbas Stanekzai Padshah Khan (TAi.067), Zia-Ur-Rahman Madani (TAi.102), Abdul Salam Hanafi Ali Mardan Qul (TAi.027), Shahabuddin Delawar (TAi.113), Abdul Latif Mansur (TAi.007), Amir Khan Motaqi (TAi.026), Abdul-Haq Wasiq (TAi.082), Khairullah Khairkhwah (TAi.093), Nurullah Nuri (TAi.089), and Fazl Mohammad Mazloom (TAi.023), to participate in peace talks in a range of countries during a nine-month time period beginning on 1 April 2019 and ending on 31 December 2019. The requested exemption is solely for travels required for participation in peace and reconciliation discussions. Individual itineraries will depend on the location of peace discussions. The Committee has also decided to grant a limited asset freeze exemption only for financing exempted travels.
The travel ban exemptions for the above-mentioned individuals were extended by the Committee for 90-day periods on 30 December 2019, on 31 March 2020, on 29 June 2020, on 25 September 2020 and on 23 December 2020 until 26 March 2021, on the same terms as the travel ban exemption initially granted.
On 12 October 2020 the Committee decided to grant an exemption to the travel ban imposed by paragraph 1 (b) of resolution 2255 (2015) for Abdul Kabir Mohammad Jan (TAi.003), Din Mohammad Hanif (TAi.043) and Noor Mohammad Saqib (TAi.110) on the same terms as for the above-mentioned 11 individuals for a 90-day period beginning on 12 October 2020 and ending on 10 January 2021. The travel ban exemptions for the above-mentioned three individuals were extended by the Committee for 90-day periods on 23 December 2020 until 26 March 2021, on the same terms as the travel ban exemption initially granted.