The Kabul times, Afghanistan Trustable News Agency.
Articles

IEA not allowing anyone to use Afghan soil against other countries

The Islamic Emirate has repeatedly clarified that nobody or group is allowed to use Afghan soil against anyone or country. Officials of the Islamic Emirate have once again assured the world that the IEA will never allow anyone to use Afghan soil against others. Deputy Prime Minister for Political Affairs, Mawlavi Abdul Kabir says that no one is allowed to use the Afghan soil to carry out activities against the peace and security of Afghanistan and the international community. Mawlavi Kabir said this while addressing a gathering of tribal elders, clerics and local officials during his visit to Paktia province the other day. He said that as the Islamic Emirate worked for peace and stability in Afghanistan, it also wanted peace for the region and world. Rejecting the recent UN report about the Islamic Emirate as incorrect and incomplete, he said that it was baseless, adding that no one was allowed to use the Afghan soil to carry out activities against the peace and security of Afghanistan and the internation al community. In its recent report, the United Nations said that the centers of al-Qaeda and other terrorist groups existed in Afghanistan. The Islamic Emirate has formally rejected the report as false. Mawlavi Abdul Kabir said that the Islamic Emirate was moving in positive direction in politics, stressing that it had normalized and expanded relations with the world countries. The acceptance of the credentials of the Afghan ambassador by the president of China was a good example of the developments in the political field, he said. This process would continue in other countries of the world, he vowed. Meanwhile, reacting to a recent UN report that al-Qaeda centers and some groups have become active in Afghanistan, the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan spokesperson said that a systematic program of leveling accusations against Afghanistan by the UN has begun, rejecting the UN Security Council report as propaganda. He said that the UN Security Council has accused in its latest report that there have been several al-Qaeda centers in Afghanistan or that some groups have become active in Afghanistan under the rule of the Islamic Emirate, which is only propaganda. “The Islamic Emirate is strongly rejecting this false accusation,” Mujahid said, adding unfortunately a systematic program of accusing the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan by the UN has begun, which always propagates. The UN Security Council said that alQaeda has several centers in Afghanistan, has activated madrassas and its elders are present there. “This is a misuse of the UN, unfortunately, that even member states allow such misuse to continue, we understand that some member states in the Security Council have faced defeat in Afghanistan, they will naturally harbor their grudge and spread such rumors, but other member states that have good relations with Afghanistan, should not allow the reputation of this large international institution to be damaged and its decisions revolve around the political goals of a few countries,” Mujahid stated. He said there are no al-Qaeda members in Afghanistan and the Islamic Emirate did not allow anyone to use Afghan soil against anyone. According to the IEA spokesperson, the Security Council reports are based on sources that were complicit in the occupation for their own benefit for twenty years and are sensitive to the freedom, development and security of Afghanistan. He expressed hope that the UN Security Council will not allow its reports to appear to be for political and economic self-serving purposes and put its reputation and credibility in Afghanistan into question. The Islamic Emirate has said that they are committed to the Doha agreement and will not allow anyone to use Afghan soil to threaten other countries. This comes at a time when Pakistan also continuously accuses that leaders of TTP are stationed in Afghanistan and planning attacks in Pakistan from the Afghan soil, which is untrue and has been strongly rejected by the Islamic Emirate. Mashal Noori

Related posts

This website uses cookies to improve your experience. We'll assume you're ok with this, but you can opt-out if you wish. Accept Read More

The Kabul times, Afghanistan Trustable News Agency.