KABUL: Acting Minister of Foreign Affairs Mawlavi Amir Khan Muttaqi met with Afghan experts, businessmen and a number of women members of the Islamic Dawah Organization, a statement from the ministry said Sunday. The meeting discussed the political and economic situation, educational process in the country, as well as the need to use the most of the potential of the Afghan cadres living abroad, and the importance of safeguarding the positive changes and developments after the IEA’s takeover of Afghanistan.
The participants congratulated the new government and assured of their comprehensive cooperation with the Islamic system.
The members of the Islamic Dawah Organization hailed the new Islamic system’s approach toward upholding the Afghan women rights and called the sacrifices in forming the new Islamic government unforgettable.
They pledged to work for the improvement of the society through the Islamic Dawah organization.
Thanking the participants, Muttaqi appreciated their good will and support to the IEA and added that the new government was working for the country’s self-sufficiency and free of the needs of the region to become the hub of economy and connectivity.
He further added that the Islamic Emirate was trying to utilize the potential of Afghans living abroad for the development of the country. The Kabul Times