The Kabul times, Afghanistan Trustable News Agency.
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Afghanistan should be acknowledged a legal inclusive country

On Friday, the UN Security Council adopted a resolution. The resolution was adopted to find a path to reintegrate Afghanistan into the international community. In the resolution, “the UNSC reaffirmed its strong commitment to the sovereignty, independence, territorial integrity and national unity of Afghanistan, as well as its continued support for the people of Afghanistan.” The resolution “also urged support for a peaceful, stable, prosperous and inclusive Afghanistan and reiterated the need to address the challenges faced by Afghanistan including religious and ethnic minorities, security and terrorism, narcotics, development, economic and social challenges, dialogue, governance and the rule of law.” Other issues, the resolution focused on, was a request from the UN Secretary-General to appoint a Special Envoy for Afghanistan in consultation with members of the Security Council, relevant Afghan political actors and stakeholders, including relevant authorities, Afghan women and civil society, as well as the region and the wider international community. According to the resolution, the UNSC members also stressed “the critical importance of a continued presence of the United Nations Assistance Mission in Afghanistan (UNAMA) and other United Nations Agencies, Funds and Programmes across Afghanistan, and reiterates its full support to the mandate and the work of UNAMA and the Special Representative of the Secretary-General.” This is undeniable that Afghanistan is an independent, sovereign and self-determined country that should be respected by the whole world countries, particularly the region and the neighbors. Afghanistan, under the Islamic system, has now the right to have its representative in the gatherings and conferences, particularly the grand ones, the UN or other world major organizations hold about the country. The meeting, which was held by the UNSC members, was not the latest one decided on Afghanistan, with no participation from the Islamic Emirate’s representative, other conferences, hosted in the country, have also been empty of the Islamic Emirate’s representatives and this is why they remained unfruitful. Likewise, the new Afghanistan, with a legal Islamic system should be respected as an inclusive government and recognized by the international community, particularly the Islamic countries and our neighbors, as holding such meetings and issuing resolutions about Afghanistan, without its representation, can solve no problem and cure no pain of the Afghan people.

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The Kabul times, Afghanistan Trustable News Agency.