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IEA committed to fulfil Doha agreement with U.S.

Deputy Prime Minister for Economic Affairs Mullah Abdul Ghani Beradar during the celebration of the 3rd anniversary of the Doha agreement said that the Islamic Emirate was committed to fulfilling the agreement with the United States and called it a positive step for the world and Mujahid people of Afghanistan.
Doha agreement was signed between the former United States special representative for Afghanistan’s reconciliation Zulmay Khalilzad and the Islamic Emirate’s former representative Mullah Abdul Ghani Beradar, on 29 February 2020 in Doha the Capital of Qatar, which paved the way for bringing sustainable peace and withdrawal of all foreign forces from Afghanistan.
“During the talks the Islamic Emirate’s political commission by consideration of all national values and full faith to Almighty Allah, the negotiations did with the United States and small and big issues in accordance with the Sharia and national interests were discussed,” Beradar said.
Beradar added, nothing was signed in Doha agreement which is hidden from the Afghan people, while, in the negotiations, we were told a lot that you have made a deal with the United States, because it is a great power in the world level and now, we proved that no deal has been made with the United States, there are no foreign military bases in the country and the Islamic Emirate has entire control of Afghanistan.
According to him, the Islamic Emirate had not violated the agreement, while, the U.S. has repeatedly violated the agreement and frozen Afghanistan’s assets, still kept some key leaders of the Islamic Emirate in the United Nations blacklist, imposed sanctions on Afghanistan and has prevented the world countries to have engaged with the Islamic Emirate.
“Islamic Emirate wants peaceful and positive engagement with the United States of America and the world countries and the imposed sanctions should be removed and they should resolve the issues through diplomatic channels,” Beradar further said.
Doha agreement within eight months of negotiations signed between the former United States special envoy for Afghanistan’s peace talks Zulmay Khalilzad and the Islamic Emirate former political representative Mullah Abdul Ghani Beradar, on 29 February 2020 in Doha the Capital of Qatar.
The agreement was signed during the administration of Donald Trump, which paved the way for the complete withdrawal of all foreign forces from Afghanistan, but still, the Islamic Emirate and the United States accuse each other in completely implementing it.
The ex-U.S. Secretary of States Mike Pompeo had said: “The Islamic Emirate should fulfill all articles of the agreement and take the necessary steps and the sustainable peace ground and intra-Afghans talks should be provided in Afghanistan.”
Former United States’ special representative for Afghanistan peace talks Zulmay Khalilzad, who had led the American negotiators with the officials of the Islamic Emirate, started the first phase of talks on 12 October 2018 in Doha the capital of Qatar.
Eventually, after eighteen months of negotiations the agreement in a formal ceremony and in the presence of representatives from 60 world countries and international organizations was signed between the United States and the Islamic Emirate in Doha the capital of Qatar.
Sayed Akbar Agha one of the political affairs analysts says the agreement was in the interest of Afghanistan and was the result of Afghans’ sacrifices and its negative point was that the Islamic Emirate is far from the world and so far, none of the world countries has recognized the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan (IEA) and it should be recognized.
Former U.S. special envoy for the Afghanistan peace talks Zulmay Khalilzad who played a mediator role between the U.S. State Department and the leaders of the Islamic Emirate has explained that with the escape of Ashraf Ghani from Afghanistan the Doha agreement’s articles have not been fully implemented.
Member of the Political Office of the Islamic Emirate in Qatar Suhail Shaheen in the celebration of the 3rd anniversary of the Doha agreement has said: “The agreement was a turning point in the history of Afghanistan and the importance of the agreement will be remembered by the next generation.”
He added that some agreement’s articles including removing the names of the leaders of the Islamic Emirate from the United Nations blacklist and imposed sanctions and the recognition of the IEA, so far has not been practicalized and urged that the U.S. should pay attention in this regard.
Shukria Kohistani

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