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KABUL, Feb. 08 – Today, Honorable Mawlawi Abdul Kabir, the Political Deputy Prime Ministry of the IEA, held a meeting with Roza Otunbaeva, the United Nations Special Representative for Afghanistan, along with the accompanying delegation, said ARG in a statement. During the meeting, the United Nations Special Representative expressed gratitude for providing an opportunity for […]
KABUL, Feb. 08 – Today, Honorable Mawlawi Abdul Kabir, the Political Deputy Prime Ministry of the IEA, held a meeting with Roza Otunbaeva, the United Nations Special Representative for Afghanistan, along with the accompanying delegation, said ARG in a statement.
During the meeting, the United Nations Special Representative expressed gratitude for providing an opportunity for Afghan citizens to freely voice their concerns and share their problems, which she believed to be a significant aspect of good governance.
The United Nations Special Representative conveyed the international community’s interest in implementing essential projects in Afghanistan, emphasizing the need for fundamental development initiatives to benefit the Afghan people. She reassured that despite numerous global crises and pressing issues, the world has not forgotten Afghanistan and is committed to supporting the country in various fields.
Regarding the upcoming Doha meeting, the Special Representative emphasized its importance as an opportunity for Afghanistan and its people to attract humanitarian aid, promote stability, and foster development. She expressed hope that the Afghan delegation’s participation in the meeting would present an accurate portrayal of Afghanistan. She also stressed the significance of bilateral and multilateral discussions during the meeting, highlighting the importance of exchanging viewpoints.
The Deputy Prime Minister expressed concern over the forced deportation of Afghan refugees from Pakistan, noting that this issue could strain the relationship between the two countries. The United Nations Special Representative shared that she had raised these concerns with Pakistani officials during her visit to Pakistan.
Honorable Mawlawi Abdul Kabir affirmed Afghanistan’s active membership and desire to continue being an active member of the United Nations. He expressed the Islamic Emirate’s intention to engage positively with the world based on mutual respect, suggesting that UNAMA (United Nations Assistance Mission in Afghanistan) could play a crucial role in facilitating this interaction. He advocated for the transfer of Afghanistan’s permanent seat in the United Nations to the Islamic Emirate, considering international sanctions on the Islamic Emirate and its officials as unfair, as they hindered interaction, negotiations, and political understanding with the world.
The Political Deputy PM expressed his wish for Roza Otunbaeva to convey the realities of Afghanistan during the upcoming meeting in Doha. However, it is worth noting that the representatives did not come to a consensus on this matter. Honorable Mawlawi Abdul Kabir asserted that security in Afghanistan was stable, and measures had been taken to curtail drug production, smuggling, corruption, and crimes, ensuring a comfortable life for Afghans.
Mawlawi Abdul Kabir assured the world that Afghanistan would not create difficulties for any nation and emphasized that Afghanistan had not posed security problems for its neighbors, including Pakistan. He stated that the Tehrik-i-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) was an internal issue for Pakistan and not associated with Afghanistan.
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