For the past six months and just after the Islamic Emirate’s victory in mid-August last year, diplomatic delegations of a number of foreign countries have visited Kabul and met with the high-ranking officials of the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan (IEA). Meanwhile, diplomatic delegations from Kabul have visited a number of countries so that ground for resumption of relations and engagement between Kabul and the world paves.
In its most recent visit to Geneva, the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan’s delegation led by Mawlavi Lutfullah Hakimi joined the Swiss foundation Geneva Call meetings in Geneva from February 7-11, which were aimed at enhancing unimpeded delivery of humanitarian assistance to the civilian population.
Mawlavi Latifullah Hakimi, head of the delegation of the Islamic Emirate for the Switzerland summit (Geneva Call Summit) said that the delegation had separate meetings with representatives from Switzerland, Germany, Britain, the EU and a number of international organizations on how to respond to the humanitarian crisis in Afghanistan.
“The focus was that this aids should be moved away from politics and should be given to those in need on time. Also, the amount that was before should be increased, not reduced or stopped,” Hakimi said.
Meanwhile, the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan (IEA) considers this summit a success in drawing particular attention of the world for providing aid to Afghanistan.
A spokesperson of the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan says the visit of the IEA’s delegation to Geneva was very good, and its achievement was that they are ready to continue working with Afghanistan health sector, as well as on humanitarian and economic issues.
“The trip was good, and its achievement was that they are ready to continue working with the Afghan health sector, as well as on humanitarian and economic issues,” said Bilal Karimi, deputy spokesman of the Islamic Emirate.
It is worth mentioning that a ten-member delegation from Afghanistan led by Mawlavi Lutfullah Hakimi attended the Geneva Call Summit held from 7 – 11 Feb. The meetings in Geneva were aimed at enhancing unimpeded delivery of humanitarian assistance to the civilian population.
On the otherside, there are reports that Turkey and Norway have said that they will hold more dialogs with the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan.
Earlier, acting Foreign Minister Amir Khan Muttaqi travelled to Norway for talks with officials of various countries. According to reports, Norway and Turkey will hold talks with the Islamic Emirate in the near future to normalize relations enter construction engagement with Kabul.
The meeting will be held in Istanbul, Turkey or Norway.
It’s worth mentioning that the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan (IEA) seeks constructive interaction and engagement with the world. During the past six months, since the conquest of the Islamic Emirate, diplomatic missions from many countries have visited Kabul.
Also, diplomatic representatives from Kabul have visited various countries to pay the way for resumption of constructive engagement between Kabul and the world.
Afghanistan’s Acting Foreign Minister Amir Khan Muttaqi believes that the Islamic Emirate has succeeded in engaging with the outside world. Earlier, Britain’s former chief of staff had called for the emirate to be recognized officially by the world.
According to the officials of foreign affairs ministry of Afghanistan , a number of countries of the world and region will soon recognize the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan in the near future.