In a meeting with a delegation from the Islamic Republic of Iran, the political deputy of the Prime Minister's Office of the Islamic Emirate said that the Islamic Emirate's security forces have suppressed and prevented the expansion of their activities in Afghanistan, so the neighboring countries should not be worried about this.
The political deputy of the Prime Minister's Office says that the relations of the Islamic Emirate with the international community are improving, because most of the countries of the world have entrusted the representation of Afghanistan to the Islamic Emirate.
Maulavi Abdul Kabir, the Deputy and Head of the Ministry of the Islamic Emirate, has said in a meeting with some elders and scholars of the Shia community that Shias are an important part of the country's citizens, like other Afghans, and everyone is given equal and fair rights in the light of Sharia law.
In a message on the occasion of World Migration Day, Maulavi Abdul Kabir, Political Deputy and Sponsor of the Ministry of the Islamic Emirate, asked the countries that host Afghan immigrants to treat them well and provide them with the necessary facilities in light of international immigration laws.
The members of the Political Commission of the Islamic Emirate, while stressing the observance of the Helmand River Agreement between Iran and Afghanistan, called having good relations with the Islamic Republic of Iran a part of the Islamic Emirate's policy.
Maulavi Abdul Kabir, the political deputy of the Prime Minister's Office, said during a meeting with the diplomatic representatives of different countries, that security is ensured in Afghanistan and political and diplomatic agencies and charitable institutions can continue their work and activities with full confidence.
In a meeting with a number of Shia figures and influential people of Bamyan province, the political deputy of the prime minister said that with the arrival of the Islamic Emirate, national unity has been secured and no one has the right to fuel ethnic, religious and linguistic prejudices in Afghanistan.