Surprisingly, Afghanistan had many diplomatic missions throughout the world. I am wondering what may happen to them in the future. I am guessing what it will do to the missions in the West will be different to what it will do to the missions in Russia and China.
Russian and Chinese embassies are the only diplomatic missions functioning normally in Afghanistan and are being guarded by Taliban militants.
The Taliban are likely to normalize relationships with Russia and China as soon as possible, so I think they will just leave them there, but about the other ones, I am not sure what's gonna happen.
What may happen to the diplomatic missions of Afghanistan once the Taliban takes over? I am wondering what the host country can do to them and are likely to do to them and what the new Afghanistan government can do to them and is likely to do to them. Since there is no one to fund them, my guess is that they will be disbanded, but I am not entirely sure. Certainly, there must be some historical precedents that can tell us about what may happen in the future.