Publish dateSaturday 23 July 2022 - 09:04
Story Code : 256015
Mujahid addressing America: Do not interfere in Afghanistan
The spokesperson of the Islamic Emirate reacted to the statements of the spokesperson of the US Ministry of Foreign Affairs regarding the bad situation of human rights, inclusive government and deprivation of women's rights and freedom in Afghanistan and termed it as interference in the country's internal affairs.
Afghan Voice Agency (AVA) - Kabul: Zabihullah Mujahid, the spokesman of the Islamic Emirate, in a series of tweets, asked the United States of America not to interfere in the internal affairs of Kabul. According to him, the Islamic Emirate has fulfilled its obligations in the Doha Agreement with Washington.
Mujahid; In this regard, he wrote: The Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan has fulfilled all its obligations in the Doha Agreement with the United States and does not allow anyone to use Afghanistan's soil against Washington and its allies.
The spokesman of the Islamic Emirate has continued in this regard: We are committed to respecting the rights of all citizens based on Sharia laws. A normal and safe environment has been provided for Afghan women and men, and the rights of all minorities are respected.
Mujahid added that the Islamic Emirate does not want to interfere in the affairs of other countries; In the same way, he asks other countries not to interfere in the internal affairs of Afghanistan and not to teach us how to live.
These statements are raised while "Ned Price", the spokesperson of the US Ministry of Foreign Affairs, has repeatedly expressed concern about the situation of human rights, ethnic and religious minorities, women's rights, and the closure of girls' schools above the sixth grade, as well as the lack of an inclusive and accountable government. For this reason, not only has it not recognized the Islamic Emirate, but it imposes more restrictions every day; Actions that have always been called excuses and anti-human behavior by the Islamic Emirate.
One of the pressures that the United States imposed on the people of Afghanistan after the fall of the Republic was the freezing of seven billion dollars of Afghanistan's foreign exchange reserves, which recently the spokesperson of the US State Department said in a press conference that the negotiations with the Islamic Emirate would continue only on the release of half of these confiscated assets.
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