The Kabul times, Afghanistan Trustable News Agency.

World should pursue positive engagement with Islamic Emirate

Officials of the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan (IEA) have repeatedly asked the world to pursue positive engagement with the Islamic Emirate of exerting pressure on Afghanistan. In an exclusive interview with Radio and Television of Afghanistan (RTA), the Islamic Emirate spokesperson Zabihullah Mujahid has once again called on the world to go for positive engagement with the Islamic Emirate. He said instead of exerting pressure on the Islamic Emirate, the international community should enter a positive engagement with the Islamic Emirate (IEA). “Pressure, exerting pressure and threats – these methods should be put aside, and they should engage with the Islamic Emirate so that the Islamic Emirate can take responsible actions regarding some issues, some laws and other issues in the world,” Mujahid said. Meanwhile, a number of Af- ghan citizens in their interviews with The Kabul Times correspondent have said that security has improved across the country and the Islamic Emirate has full control of the country; therefore, it is time that the international community should support the IEA and go for engagement with the interim government of Afghanistan. “The Islamic Emirate is new and of course there were some problems at the beginning, but if the world and developed countries are in positive engagement with the Islamic Emirate, the problems will be addressed and all will see big changes which will be good for the people of Afghanistan and the world countries,” said Ahmad Jawad, a former employee. He further said that the current government of Afghanistan also needed to take a series of practical measures to win the trust of the world and be a close partner of the international community so that they easily enter into positive engagement with the Islamic Emirate. This is at a time when the government of the Islamic Emirate has completed some criteria and is interested in positive engagement with the world. The reopening of foreign embassies of some countries in Kabul is a clear sign of some engagement between the Islamic Emirate and the international community, but the international community is still exerting pressure on the IEA. Previously, acting Foreign Minister of the Islamic Emirate Amir Khan Muttaqi had said that the embassies of China, Uzbekistan, Turkmenistan, Iran, Pakistan, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Russia, India, Turkey, Qatar, UAE and Saudi Arabia were already opened in Kabul. He hoped that foreign embassies of other countries would be soon reopened in Kabul, the capital.

Shukria Kohistani

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The Kabul times, Afghanistan Trustable News Agency.