KABUL: The Deputy Prime Minister of the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan for Administrative Affairs, Mawlavi Abdul Salam Hanafi, in a meeting with the Kirghiz Special Representative for Afghanistan assured of the IEA efforts to allow no armed group’s operation and activities in the country, said a statement from his office the other day.
“The Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan never allows activities of armed groups in any parts of the country,” said the Deputy Prime Minister, as quoted by the statement.
In the meeting held here in Kabul, the Kirghiz Special Representative for Afghanistan Talqat Bik Mussadekov and his led delegation talked about various issues including girls’ education, ensuring women rights and other issues, the statement said.
The delegation also expressed its concern over the possible availability of subversive militants’ activities in some parts of Afghanistan and asked the Islamic Emirate to act against such illegal armed groups who are threatening security of Kirghizstan, according to the statement.
The Kirghiz delegation assured cooperation in fighting terrorism and drugs and said the neighboring and regional countries should hear the real voice of Afghanistan, the statement quoted.
The delegation said Kirghizstan, in cooperation with the Islamic Emirate, would provide health services for women and children in some parts of the country’s northern Badakhshan province, the statement further said.
The Deputy Prime Minister for administrative affairs assured of the IEA efforts to not allow any illegal armed groups in any parts of the country as well as fighting drugs.
“This is the policy of the Islamic Emirate to help the region and world get rid of drugs and that the international community should provide life alternative for the Afghan farmers,” said Hanafi.
The Kabul Times