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China, Russia call for “constructive” engagement with IEA

Representatives of China and Russia at the United Nations have urged the international community to engage in “constructive and patient” dialogue with the Islamic Emirate to bring about changes in Afghanistan. The deputy permanent representative of Russia in the United Nations, Anna Evstigneeva, stated in the United Nations session on Thursday that addressing the challenges in Afghanistan is impossible without the constructive engagement of the international community with the Islamic Emirate. Evstigneeva added in the session that contrary to the predictions of Western countries, Afghanistan has not descended into a civil war. “Terrorist groups, including ISIS, have strengthened their presence during the time of foreign forces in Afghanistan,” she stated. It comes as the Islamic Emirate officials have repeatedly stated that ISIS (Daesh) has been suppressed in the country and no one will be allowed to use Afghanistan soil against any other nation and security has been ensured across the country. Previously, the Deputy Prime Minister for Political Affairs Mawlavi Abdul Kabir, in a meeting with a number of scholars and tribal elders of the country’s eastern province of Nangarhar, said that after the resumption of power by the Islamic Emirate, Daesh has been eliminated and people are living in a peaceful and comfortable environment. Meanwhile, China’s representative to the United Nations, Zhang Jun, also urged the international community during the session to increase trust between the world and the Islamic Emirate by establishing patient communication with them. Zhang Jun also continued to urge the Security Council to take timely reforms in sanctions against the Islamic Emirate as a crucial step towards building trust and reinstating exemptions from travel bans for the officials of the government in Afghanistan. China, Russia call for “constructive” engagement with IEA Representatives of China and Russia at the United Nations have urged the international community to engage in “constructive and patient” dialogue with the Islamic Emirate to bring about changes in Afghanistan. The deputy permanent representative of Russia in the United Nations, Anna Evstigneeva, stated in the United Nations session on Thursday that addressing the challenges in Afghanistan is impossible without the constructive engagement of the international community with the Islamic Emirate. Evstigneeva added in the session that contrary to the predictions of Western countries, Afghanistan has not descended into a civil war. “Terrorist groups, including ISIS, have strengthened their presence during the time of foreign forces in Afghanistan,” she stated. It comes as the Islamic Emirate officials have repeatedly stated that ISIS (Daesh) has been suppressed in the country and no one will be allowed to use Afghanistan soil against any other nation and security has been ensured across the country. Previously, the Deputy Prime Minister for Political Affairs Mawlavi Abdul Kabir, in a meeting with a number of scholars and tribal elders of the country’s eastern province of Nangarhar, said that after the resumption of power by the Islamic Emirate, Daesh has been eliminated and people are living in a peaceful and comfortable environment. Meanwhile, China’s representative to the United Nations, Zhang Jun, also urged the international community during the session to increase trust between the world and the Islamic Emirate by establishing patient communication with them. Zhang Jun also continued to urge the Security Council to take timely reforms in sanctions against the Islamic Emirate as a crucial step towards building trust and reinstating exemptions from travel bans for the officials of the government in Afghanistan. Mukhtar Safi

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The Kabul times, Afghanistan Trustable News Agency.