The Kabul times, Afghanistan Trustable News Agency.
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World willing to develop relations with IEA

The government of Afghanistan under the leadership of the Islamic Emirate has active
embassies in 22 countries, providing consular services to Afghan citizens and meeting all
the needs of Afghans in those countries.

The Islamic Emirate’s relations with the world are developing. It has been about two and a half years since the Islamic Emirate has been ruling over Afghanistan, with complete control over the entire country’s geography. As a result, the occupation has come to an end, and a new independent government controls all of Afghanistan and sincerely provides services to the people. Furthermore, the Islamic Emirate strives tirelessly for the prosperity and development of the country in various fields and is the sole central and authoritative Islamic system in Afghanistan, ending bloody wars, ensuring security and stability, and preventing corruption and oppression. Despite all these successes and significant achievements, the Islamic Emirate has not been formally recognized by the International Community and the powerful countries. Meanwhile, officials of the Islamic Emirate state that efforts are ongoing to develop relations with the world. In addition, many countries have realized that maintaining diplomatic ties with Afghanistan is in their best interest. The spokesperson for the Islamic Emirate, Zabihullah Mujahid told the media that political and diplomatic relations are beneficial for Afghanistan and the world. He added that the relations are crucial for strengthening trade and building trust in Afghanistan and other countries. The government of Afghanistan under the leadership of the Islamic Emirate has active embassies in 22 countries, providing consular services to Afghan citizens and meeting all the needs of Afghans in those countries. In addition, embassies of 16 countries are active in Kabul, and efforts are underway to expand the new Afghan government’s relations with the world and increase the trust of other countries in our country day by day. Furthermore, political analysts also believe that Afghanistan’s relations with regional countries are developing. In fact, political analysts have a precise understanding of reality since Afghanistan is now a good intermediary between regional countries, and many countries want to expand their relations with Afghanistan. Additionally, the activity of the Afghan embassy in China has commenced, and the ambassador’s credentials have been accepted, and embassies in Pakistan, Russia, Iran, Turkmenistan, and Uzbekistan have been handed over to Afghanistan. Recently, a meeting of representatives of regional countries was held in Kabul, indicating that the current ruling Islamic system has a proper strategy to normalize relations with regional countries. As mentioned above, at an official ceremony in China, the ambassador’s credentials of Afghanistan were accepted, and news related to the opening of the American consulate in Afghanistan, and some recent actions indicate that the world is eager to establish relations with the Islamic Emirate. It is not far from reality to say that the government of Afghanistan has taken many steps in interacting with the global community and continues to strive to strengthen these relationships. The new government of Afghanistan has diplomatic ties with many regional countries, and political representatives travel to the country. However, these actions and achievements are not enough; rather, the government must increase its efforts in this regard based on Islamic and national values, show flexibility regarding international demands within the framework of Islamic law, and all institutions of the Islamic Emirate must take necessary actions in full coordination with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs to ultimately shorten the process of formal recognition of the government to propel Afghanistan towards development and prosperity. Mukhtar Safi

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The Kabul times, Afghanistan Trustable News Agency.