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Kazakhstan removes IEA from sanctions list

The Supreme Court of Kazakhstan has officially removed the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan from the list of groups whose activities are prohibited within its territory and aims to expand its relations with Afghanistan in the areas of trade and politics, the statement said.

The ambassador of Kazakhstan to Afghanistan, Alim Khan Yasin Galdiev, stated in a meeting with Amir Khan Muttaqi that the Supreme Court of his country has removed the Islamic Emirate from its list of sanctions. According to the deputy spokesperson of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Hafiz Zia Ahmad Takal, the Kazakh ambassador, added in this meeting that Astana intends to expand its trade and political relations with Kabul. The Supreme Court of Kazakhstan has officially removed the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan from the list of groups whose activities are prohibited within its territory and aims to expand its relations with Afghanistan in the areas of trade and politics, the statement said. According to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs statement, Mawlavi Amir Khan Muttaqi described the current state of relations between Afghanistan and Kazakhstan as positive and beneficial for both countries. Meanwhile, Mawlavi Amir Khan Muttaqi appreciated Kazakhstan’s practical steps to overcome existing obstacles between the two countries. Acting Foreign Minister Amir Khan Muttaqi expressed satisfaction with Kazakhstan’s decision, stating that it would be beneficial for both countries, and Mr. Muttaqi is eager for increased cooperation between the two nations. According to experts, one of the regional countries that has genuinely stood by the people of Afghanistan and made the most effort to guide Afghanistan towards growth and development is Kazakhstan. “Governments worldwide make decisions based on their national interests. The national interests of Kazakhstan require that there be no threat to itself and its neighboring countries from Afghanistan. Even the Taliban need legitimacy,” stated Shaker Hayat, a political analyst. However, some traders believe that facilities need to be introduced in contracts and banking constraints lifted to facilitate trade growth between Afghanistan and Kazakhstan. “Establishing a common market between the two countries should be part of fundamental discussions to increase economic relations and enhance political ties between the two countries, and this should be discussed,” said Mohammad Mohabbatullah, a trader. The Chamber of Commerce and Investment says efforts are being made to connect Afghanistan to China through Kazakhstan. Mohammad Younis Momen, the acting head of the Chamber of Commerce and Investment, believes that the creation of a joint trade chamber between Afghanistan and Kazakhstan can be beneficial in improving trade relations. Kazakhstan has consistently tried to help Afghanistan overcome its problems, playing the role of a stable and secure country in the region and the world. It has continuously fulfilled its economic, political, and cultural assistance to Afghanistan from the past to the present. Every year, the Republic of Kazakhstan has assisted in Afghanistan for various reasons, including natural disasters and challenging social conditions. Mashal Noori

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The Kabul times, Afghanistan Trustable News Agency.