December 03, 2022

Opening of OIC Office in Kabul will Strengthen Relations with Islamic Nations

Opening of OIC Office in Kabul will Strengthen Relations with Islamic Nations

The Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) opened its mission in Kabul, in a ceremony a few days ago.

Senior officials of the Islamic Emirate, including Foreign Minister Mawlawi Amir Khan Muttaqi, attended the opening ceremony of the office of the Organization of the Islamic Countries (OIC) in capital Kabul.

IEA’s acting Minister of Foreign Affairs, Mawlavi Amir Khan Muttaqi, expressed that the office would play key role in the improvement of relations between Afghanistan and Islamic countries and will provide ground for the improvement of Afghanistan’s relations with the Islamic countries.

In fact, the OIC’s office would be effective in other fields including political cooperation, besides its clear contribution to the economic and humanitarian support for Afghanistan and would facilitate the delivery of humanitarian and development aids for Afghanistan.
A number of Turkish religious scholars have earlier visited Afghanistan and spoke on related issues with the authorities of the Islamic Emirate and pledged to convoy the available opportunities in Afghanistan to the Islamic world.

The Turkish Ulama expressed happiness over the recently ensured countrywide security, restored proper political environment, social and economic developments in the country and vowed to share the good message about positive development with the Islamic world.

Indeed, such visits and resuming missions by the Islamic countries help overcome humanitarian problems including aids supplying issues in Afghanistan.

Likewise, such visits and exchanges of views between the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan and the Islamic countries can pave the way for further political engagements with the world and ease recognition of the Islamic system by the world countries.

The Islamic Emirate has 100 percent of the country’s territory, ensured countrywide security and formed a nationally accepted and legal Islamic system.
What is more important for both the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan and the Islamic countries is that the Islamic countries should not be affected by the western powers and their allies in recognition of the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan. They should act independently and based on the holy sharia and do not fear others in their plan to inter a direct, firm and honest interaction with Afghanistan, under the legal Islamic system.

On the other hand, if the world countries, particularly the western governments refuse to recognize the Islamic Emirate, this is their failure as recognition of Afghanistan is in their economic interest and investment and improving economic situation.

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