The Kabul times, Afghanistan Trustable News Agency.
Editorial

Afghanistan a bridge for one built one road

After taking control of Afghanistan, the Islamic Emirate enhanced its political and economic ties with the Central Asian countries more than ever. The Islamic Emirate and the Central Asian countries have realized that economic growth and regional stability are impossible without having relations with these two regions. If the countries of Central Asia are looking for a market for their energy products in South Asia, they have no way other than Afghanistan. Similarly, South Asian countries also need Afghanistan for their transit goods. Recently, the relations of the Islamic Emirate with many countries in Central Asia have been in a favorable position since they are seeking to invest in the country. Apart from the economic ties and exchanges, we have diplomatic relations with about all countries. Undoubtedly, the Islamic Emirate made an effort to have regular and friendly relations with all countries. The issue of the TAPI project and ensuring possible cooperation from the Islamic Emirate is the next matter that may maximize Afghanistan’s geopolitical importance. Likewise, the Ministry of Industry and Commerce announced last week that ministry officials may travel to Iran. The ministry stated that discussions and exchanges of views will be held regarding the implementation of agreements between the Deputy Prime Minister for Economic Affairs, Mullah Abdul Ghani Beradar Akhund, and the Iranian delegation, as well as strengthening bilateral relations. A few months ago, a delegation led by Mullah Abdul Ghani Beradar, the Deputy Prime Minister for Economic Affairs, went to Iran and signed dozens of agreements with the authorities of that country in the areas of strengthening bilateral relations, railways, transportation, commercial exchanges, and other fields. As we know, today’s world is undoubtedly based on comparison and competition, but now the shape of competition has changed. The modern world maintains its competition with others through economic and scientific tools. Every country strives to gain economic and scientific power and bring others under its control. It is human nature. As the saying goes, “If you don’t dominate over others, they will dominate over you.” On the other hand, significant countries never want wars and conflicts in their territory. In addition, the powerful countries test their power in poor and illiterate countries. If the nation is awake and aware, they won’t let this fire ignite, but if not, they will burn in the fire. It’s not just Central Asia that doesn’t seek relations with the Islamic Emirate, but the Afghan government has consistently stated its desire for good relations with neighboring countries. The President of Uzbekistan said at the United Nations Special Program for the Economies of Central Asia (SPECA) conference that Afghanistan is an integral and inseparable part of Central Asia, and its participation in such gatherings is essential. The officials of the Islamic Emirate have always stated that they will never allow anyone to use Afghan soil against any other country. The Afghan government has consistently conveyed this commitment to the international community and neighboring countries, telling them that Afghanistan is now led and managed by its indigenous and grieving sons, and they are willing to sacrifice for any national interests and territorial integrity. The foreign policy of the Islamic Emirate is as clear as the sun for everyone. In addition to electricity and railways, we have other major projects with Central Asia. Access to neighboring countries, mainly Central Asia, can save us from economic dependence and make us hopeful for a self-sufficient Afghanistan.

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The Kabul times, Afghanistan Trustable News Agency.