December 08, 2022

IEA Recognition, a Vital Step for Development of the Country and Region

IEA Recognition, a Vital Step for Development of the Country and Region

The Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan (IEA) has fulfilled all conditions for recognition and it is time now the world should recognize the Islamic system as lots of progress has been made in all fields and other serious efforts are underway for recognition of the IEA.

Officials for Afghanistan Ministry of Economy say delay in recognition of the Islamic Emirate by the International Community will harm both the economy of Afghanistan and the region.
Deputy minister of the country’s economy Abdul Latif Nazari says lack of international recognition of the Islamic Emirate (IEA) can result in harming the economy of all the countries in the region.

“The delay in recognition of the Islamic Emirate (IEA) affects the economy of both Afghanistan and the regional countries” deputy minister of economy said, adding that the issue has affected the private sector in the country as they are facing with problems in international trade and transferring money outside.

Meanwhile, deputy spokesman of the Islamic Emirate Bilal Karimi considered relations of the international community with the IEA as important and beneficial for all parties.

“The issue of recognition of the Islamic Emirate is in the interest of all sides as both Afghanistan and the world need to have diplomatic and official relations with each other,” Karimi said.

The Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan (IEA) has fulfilled all conditions for recognition and it’s time that the world should recognize the Islamic system as lots of progress has been made in all fields and other serious efforts are underway for recognition of the IEA.

A U.S. Congressman Peter Meijer in his recent interview with media has criticized of lack of engagement with the Islamic Emirate by the international community particularly the U.S. administration.

“My concern and my criticism of a lot of international engagement, especially from the American side, is it is too slow, this is a moment of change, this is a moment of opportunity, but it is also a moment that if we go down the pathways of the past, if we fall back into those old habits and trends of mistrust, if we sacrifice and disregard a lot of the improvements and trust that have been built over the past year”, Meijer said, stressing that the Islamic Emirate is the government and there is no other government in Afghanistan right now.

The U.S. congressman further said that it was important for the American side to accept and deal with that reality in the ground, but there were things they need to make sure that they were working towards together.

“I think there is a need for an understanding on the international community’s behalf of cultural difficulties and of cultural expectations and that we can’t impose our values, but it is also important that the Islamic Emirate recognize the desires and the wishes of its own citizens to pursue what is best for their futures,” Meijer insisted.

This comes as the Islamic Emirate wants to maintain good and strong relations with the international community within the framework of universal principles, in which there is no possibility of harm to anyone and the right of the nations’ freedom is protected.

The IEA has now maintained relations based on balanced and mutual policy with neighboring, regional and world countries.

Afghanistan believes that a balanced and neutral foreign policy with the world will be pursued based on national interests and values. The overall policy of the Islamic Emirate is to pursue national interests by maintaining the will and independence of the country and has meaningful and good relations with the world.

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