The Kabul times, Afghanistan Trustable News Agency.

Islamic Emirate inclusive no need of additional advices

Once again, the Iranian ambassador and special representative to Afghanistan, Hassan Kazemi Qomi, called for the formation of an inclusive government in Afghanistan. He made the assertion to be the key to political stability and that to be the beginning of reconstruction in the country. The neighboring country’s special representative’s fresh remarks about what he urged for an inclusive government in Afghanistan come at a time when every tribe of the country including Tajik, Pashtun, Uzbek, Hazara, and representatives of different strata have shared in the current Islamic system as this territory belongs to all its citizens and the incumbent government consists of members from various ethnicities. Speaking at a gathering of Afghan citizens residing in Iran, Qomi said his country has clearly said that Afghanistan is for all Afghans and that the move [restoring inclusive government] would help avoid returning to what the special representative said the conditions of Bonn. The assertions of the Iranian special representative are made at a time when the neighboring country’s ambassador to Kabul, also mentioned that while Iran interacts with the Islamic Emirate, it can also offer its advice to the authorities of Afghanistan. In his speech, he accused America of continuing its interventions and destabilizing policies in Afghanistan, where, he described ISIS as an American project. “Today, Americans are causing more trouble in Afghanistan than before,” a private media quoted him as saying. According to him, the people of Afghanistan bear the cost of America’s interventionist policies in the region. TOLOnews, a popular TV channel, in its interview with several political experts, said that while neighboring countries and the international community consistently call for the formation of an inclusive government in Afghanistan, they do not provide any concrete examples for its establishment. Some neighboring countries call for the need for an inclusive government in Afghanistan, but they do not offer any examples, while, the analysts said that this is an inclusive government that is formed by the senior members of the Islamic Emirate and that efforts were underway to further widen the skirt of the current system. Some similar countries have also consistently emphasized the need for an inclusive government in Afghanistan; however, the Islamic Emirate called the assertions an interference in the internal affairs of the country. Not only the neighboring countries of Afghanistan, but all other nations claiming that Afghanistan under the Islamic Emirate, has no incentive government, should understand that such assertions are mere interference in our country’s internal affairs and against the realities of Afghanistan as the current system has representatives from different tribes. Inam Hashemi

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The Kabul times, Afghanistan Trustable News Agency.