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Twenty-year Jihad led to establishment of Islamic system in country, Mawlavi Kabir

KABUL: The Deputy Prime Minister for Political Affairs Mawlavi Abdul Kabir, addressing the International Conference on Climate Change in the country’s eastern province of Nangarhar, said that the Islamic system has been established as a result of the 20-year Jihad and sacrifices of all Afghans. The conference which was held by the Ministry of Higher Education in cooperation with the National Environmental Protection Authority (NEPA) and hosted by Nangarhar University in Jalalabad city, was attended by university professors, internal and foreign climate change experts, and a number of officials, Arg said in a statement Sunday. Calling the conference im portant and thanking its organizers, Mawlavi Kabir expressed hope that the scientific research and proposals of the conference will help to reduce and contain the damages of climate change with the relevant departments, the statement said. The deputy PM Mawlavi Kabir said that the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan (IEA) has active political ties with 38 countries of the world and added the enemies of the country were trying to spread propaganda through various channels to create disunity among Afghans. Without naming anyone, Mawlavi Kabir said the enemy did not want to see a stable political system in Afghanistan. “The IEA has established political ties with 38 countries of the world. Many countries have active embassies in Kabul, which meant IEA had been recognized,” the statement quoted Mawlavi Kabir as saying. According to Kabir, the aim of the Doha meeting is to improve global interaction with IEA. The entire country is under the control of the Islamic system, said Mawlavi Kabir, adding the previous government had only built the roads that were used by NATO and the U.S. forces to comfortably move and fight against the Mujahidin. Pointing to climate change, the deputy PM said despite Afghanistan not having any share in the climate change, the climate change has caused in decreasing underground water in the country. Also, according to the Ministry of Public Health, about one million Afghans are now suffering from respiratory diseases in the country. The deputy PM according to the statement, went on as saying that deforestation, excessive use of water, lack or absence of water dams and drought have caused climate change and affected millions of people in the country. He also instructed the Ministry of Agriculture, Irrigation and Livestock regarding the implementation of effective plans for the development of green areas, reforestation and reclamation of usurped lands in the country. M. Nabi Naibi

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The Kabul times, Afghanistan Trustable News Agency.