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Doha agreement and the aftermaths

An agreement was signed between the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan and the U.S. representative in Doha, the capital of the Arab country of Qatar, requiring an end to the occupation of the country by the foreign forces.
The agreement was signed in 28 February 2020, with the two sides obliged to obey the entire provisions and the foreign forces to withdraw within 14 months from Afghanistan.
Soon after putting the agreement into effect, the U.S. forces had to leave and paving the way for the Islamic system to be formed in the country.
The agreement also required the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan (IEA) to not allow the Afghan soil to be used for any terrorist activities against other countries, particularly the U.S. and its allies, as well as the Afghan territory not be used as hideouts for terrorist groups.
The U.S. ultimately, started evacuating its forces from Afghanistan, once the Islamic Emirate forces got closer to the capital and overthrew the former government in August 15, 2021, after the forces loyal to the former government lost their morale and failed to resist the offensives from the IEA forces, even in the remotest parts of the country, where all of them surrendered.
The Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan honored its commitments to the whole provisions of the agreement and allowed no militancy harbored in the country’s territory, but the U.S. side failed to do so. While, there is no militants’ hideout in Afghanistan and there is no threat from Afghanistan to other countries and most importantly, no threat, the U.S. and its allies have so far faced from Afghanistan, after the resumption of power by the Islamic Emirate, the American pilotless planes are still breaking the country’s atmosphere and sometimes launch strikes in some certain parts of the country.
The U.S. is also behind the failure of the United Nations’ recognition of the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan.
This is while, the entire world nations understand that security has been ensured and the Afghan people live in a peaceful environment.
During its 20 years’ invasion of Afghanistan, the U.S. achieved nothing except causing pain, miseries and agony to the war-torn nation.
The people of Afghanistan fully understand that the U.S. during its mission in Afghanistan, had nothing except ruins and destituteness of the country and causing poverty to the economic-stricken nation.
So, the time has now reached for the UN, the international community, particularly the Afghanistan neighboring countries to acknowledge the legitimacy of the Islamic Emirate and recognize the Islamic system.
Mohammad Daud

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The Kabul times, Afghanistan Trustable News Agency.