KABUL, Sep. 24 – The international community should seek positive interaction with the Islamic Emirate instead of making unnecessary concerns said Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan in a statement.
On the 77th session of the United Nations General Assembly, some countries, including the United States and Pakistan, expressed their concern about Afghanistan claiming that there is still a threat of terrorism from Afghanistan.
The concerns rise at a time while the United Nations organization still not ready to give Afghanistan its right by accepting its representative, which is the legal and political right of the Afghan government.
Afghan Foreign Ministry rejecting their allegation said their concerns are based on incorrect information and sources.
“if the Afghan government is given its right, it will be an opportunity to share the realities that exist in Afghanistan with the region and the world, and there may be no concerns,” went saying the ministry statement.
The Afghan Foreign Ministry once again rejected these concerns and reiterated its position to the world that Afghanistan’s territory will never be used against anyone nor does any armed group currently have presence in Afghanistan.
The international community should have positive interaction with the Islamic Emirate instead of making unnecessary concerns and accusations, and share their views and concerns with the Islamic Emirate directly not through media and public statement, said the Afghan Foreign Ministry.