The Kabul times, Afghanistan Trustable News Agency.

OIC’s help a must to enhance relations between IEA, Islamic world

In a recent bilateral talk held between the special representative of the Organization of the Islamic Countries (OIC) and the United Nations’ officials here in Kabul, both sides discussed issues concerning Afghanistan and the support, the impoverished nation needs.
According to the organization’s recent tweet, Tariq Ali Bakheet of the OIC and Markus Potzel who headed a delegation of the UN mission met at the OIC office in Kabul and spoke about various aspects of bilateral cooperation between the two sides and how to provide support for the Afghans in the field of infrastructure projects.
According to reports, last week, leading a delegation of the OIC, Ali Bakheet arrived in Kabul and then (on Wednesday) met with Foreign Minister of the Islamic Emirate Mawlavi Amir Khan Muttaqi following his visit to the country’s southern province of Kandahar. Both sides talked on special political, economic and social relations with Islamic countries.
As security has now been ensured countrywide, the OIC has to provide all-out assistance in different fields in Afghanistan and play its role in enhancing relations between the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan (IEA) and the Islamic world.
As an Islamic organization, the OIC can strengthen relations with Afghanistan, launch infrastructure projects and support the war-affected nation considering their needs and most importantly can become a bridge between the Islamic Emirate and the world countries and play a helpful role in convincing the international community to recognize the Islamic system.
Both the Islamic Emirate and the people of Afghanistan welcome the efforts of the Organization of the Islamic Cooperation (OIC) in the continuation of humanitarian aids to the people of Afghanistan, as recently the United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) reported, over 28 million people needed humanitarian assistance in Afghanistan, this year.
On its Twitter page, the organization said: “Afghanistan is now one of the world’s largest and most severe humanitarian crisis a record 28.3 million people – that is two-thirds of its population – in need of humanitarian and protection assistance in 2023.”
The organization also said that 4.6 billion dollars were needed for humanitarian aid to the people of Afghanistan this year.
Also, this is the main responsibility of the Islamic Emirate’s related organs to provide jobs for thousands of educated young generations in order to prevent mass departure of the Afghans abroad, as recently tens of Afghans have died in shipwrecks in Italy.
Reports said that up to 80 of the 91 Afghan refugees on board the boat, including women and children have lost their lives in the incident.
Also, by providing job opportunities for millions of people, the Islamic Emirate wins incredible support of the people on one hand and on the other, prevent leave of thousands of people frustrated with long poverty and unemployment in their country.
So, once again the OIC’s efforts to send a delegation to visit Afghanistan for determining the needs of the Afghans to provide humanitarian aids and launch development projects in the war-devastated country, is warmly appreciated and the Afghan people hope the cooperation continues in the future.

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The Kabul times, Afghanistan Trustable News Agency.