Publish dateFriday 1 March 2024 - 12:38
Story Code : 286734
Zabihullah Mujahid, the spokesman of the Islamic Emirate, says that "violations" have been committed by the United States in the implementation of the Doha Agreement, and these violations have prevented the recognition of the Islamic Emirate and the progress of Afghanistan.
Afghan Voice Agency (AVA) - Mujahid made these statements on Thursday, February 29, on the occasion of the four-year anniversary of the Doha Agreement.
In the audio clip published by Mr. Mujahid, he accused America of violating the implementation of the Doha Agreement and added that currently a number of leaders of the Islamic Emirate are on the blacklists and sanctions of the United States, and this country has prevented the recognition and development of Afghanistan. 
Mujahid added: "There have been some violations of this agreement on the part of the Americans, who, under the interpretations of the text of the Doha agreement, promised that their interaction with Afghanistan should be normal, they should have good relations, take part in the development of Afghanistan and promote progress. They didn't take Afghanistan, it didn't happen." According to him, there are currently a number of Taliban leaders on black lists and US sanctions, and Afghanistan's assets are frozen.
At the same time, White House spokesman Karen Jean-Pierre said on the fourth anniversary of the signing of the agreement between the United States and the Islamic Emirate in Doha that this agreement gave power to the "Taliban" and weakened the Afghan government. He also added that the Islamic Emirate has not fulfilled its obligations in the Doha Agreement.
On the other hand, at the same time as the Human Rights Council meeting on Afghanistan, Mr. Mujahid said that human rights are being abused in this country.
Mujahid stated: "Richard Bennett and other Western aggressors should stop abusing human rights and truly support human rights and stop Israel's cruelty and terror."
It should be mentioned that Richard Bennett is the special rapporteur on human rights in Afghanistan and today he will present his report to the UN Human Rights Council.
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