The Kabul times, Afghanistan Trustable News Agency.

Hanafi, Sinirlioglu emphasize continued engagement between IEA, international community

KABUL: The Deputy Prime Minister for Administrative Affairs of the Islamic Emirate Maw lavi Abdul Salam Hanafi met with the UN Secretary General’s special coordinator for Afghanistan, Feridun Sinirlioglu, and his accompanying delegation, here in Kabul, his office said in a statement on Tuesday. Discussing various important issues, Mawlavi Hanafi and Feridun Sinirlioglu emphasized continued interaction between the Islamic Emirate and the International Community, the statement said Sinirlioglu said the international community wants to have good productive relations with the Islamic Emirate and Afghanistan should be an active member of the international community. “Afghanistan has a long and ancient history and we want to have good relations with the Islamic Emirate and we wish Afghanistan to live in peace with its neighbors and the world and be an active member of the international community,” the statement quoted Sinirlioglu as saying. Referring to the IEA’s achievements in the past two years, Sinirlioglu said significant development has been made in Afghanistan, especially in the field of providing security and stability, adding they are trying to resolve the misunderstanding between the international community and the Islamic Emirate, the statement added. He further added necessary work should be done on technical and development assistance for Afghanistan because millions of Afghans are suffering from severe poverty. Urging that misunderstanding issues should be solved through dialogues, Hanafi said the Islamic Emirate has always been committed to having positive and productive interaction based on mutual respect, adding such meeting is a good step toward resolving misunderstandings between the two sides. “We want to develop Afghanistan and heal the wounds of the past four decades of conflicts, assuring the Islamic Emirate will not allow anyone to use Afghanistan’s soil as a threat against the security of others,” the statement quoted Hanafi as saying. The deputy PM according to the statement, went on as saying that complete security has been ensured in Afghanistan, the cultivation, production and trafficking of drugs has been prohibited, administrative corruption has been rooted out, amnesty has been declared and remains in force, tens of thousands of addicts were collected and treated, the press operates within the framework of Islamic principles and national interests. Mohammad Nabi Naibi

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The Kabul times, Afghanistan Trustable News Agency.