Afghan Voice Agency (AVA) - Kabul: Shir Mohammad Abbas Stankzai says that the officials of the Islamic Emirate shared this issue in negotiations with the American delegations and demanded to stop the violation of Afghanistan's airspace.
In an interview with Ariana News, Mr. Stankzai said: "Yes, there are drones in Afghanistan's airspace, and we repeatedly shared this issue with them (the Americans) in the parliaments, and they have violated this article."
He added: "In the Doha agreement, after the withdrawal of all its forces, the United States would have friendly relations with the new Islamic government of Afghanistan and play an active role in the reconstruction of Afghanistan and encourage other countries in this direction, and definitely in the internal affairs of Afghanistan. Do not interfere."
The political deputy of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs has also said, regarding the reaction of some Central Asian countries to the construction of the Qosh tape canal by the Islamic Emirate that this canal is an Afghan project and the government will continue it and bring it to completion.
On the other hand, Stanakzai assures Afghan women and girls that the process of education will be opened for them and that the Islamic Emirate is committed to providing their educational and educational rights.
Mr. Stankzai pointed out: "As an Afghan, I can say that education will not be stopped until the end, it should not be stopped, and this is the natural and religious right of girls."
According to him, schools and universities will be opened to girls once the conditions are equal.
In addition, this senior government official has once again called on the opponents of the Islamic Emirate to return to the country.
Regarding Pakistan's concerns, he emphasized that Afghanistan has achieved complete security after a long war and that neighbors should not associate their problems with Afghanistan.