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Islamic Emirate seeking positive interaction with world: Prime Minister

KABUL: The Acting Prime Minister and Deputy PM for the Political Affairs of the Islamic Emirate met with the United Nations Special Coordinator and Independent Assessor for Afghanistan Feridun Hadi Sinirlioglu and his accompanying delegations, here in Kabul, the PM office said in a statement Saturday. Welcoming them, the PM Mawlavi Kabir said that Afghanistan has been one of the active members of the United Nations and the Islamic Emirate has always appreciated and supported the positive role of the UN in the country, according to the statement. “It has been a short period since I have been appointed as an Independent Assessor of the UN during which I have held talks with various member countries, and I feel that the international community is eager to improve engagement with the Islamic Emirate as the war has ended, peace and stability have returned, corruption has ended, and important achievements have been made, especially in the field of security, the statement quoted Sinirlioglu as saying. Pointing to the importance and location of Afghanistan Sinirlioglu added that the country with its strategic location can play an important role in the implementation of major regional projects, therefore, stability in Afghanistan is vital and no one seeks conflict, according to the statement. Referring to the recent statement of the UN which has confirmed significant achievements and developments in Afghanistan, PM Mawlavi Kabir said that the Islamic Emirate appreciates the statement and the IEA was always committed to the engagement with the international community, the statement added. The statement said quoting PM Kabir that the IEA has a neutral position in international’s competitions and policies and will not take a position against the opposite side to satisfy the one side. Prime Minister further added that the Islamic rights of women have been ensured, a conducive environment has been provided for the implementation of projects, and all achievements in the areas of security and narcotics have been improved without any foreign support. “Unfortunately, Afghans have only seen collective punishment, sanctions, demands and condemnations from foreigners instead of the fulfillment of their own obligations,” PM Kabir concluded. The Kabul Times

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The Kabul times, Afghanistan Trustable News Agency.