Roza Otunbayeva, the special representative of the United Nations Secretary General for Afghanistan, in a meeting with the Acting Minister of Interior, Sirajuddin Haqqani, said that the deportation of Afghan immigrants from neighboring countries has caused many problems for the immigrants.
Marks Potzel, the political deputy of the UNAMA office in Afghanistan, during a trip to Panjshir province and in a meeting with Hafiz Mohammad Agha Hakim, the governor of this province, said that the people of Afghanistan are fed up with the battles and are no longer in favor of war.
The spokesman of the Islamic Emirate, in response to the new report of the United Nations Mission in Afghanistan or "UNAMA" that the number of prisoners has increased and they do not have legal protection, says that this report is devoid of truth and UNAMA in Afghanistan is negativity he does.
Gholam Jilani Wafa, the operational deputy of the Ministry of Transportation and Civil Aviation of the Islamic Emirate, in a meeting with the representatives of UNAMA, requested the cooperation of this organization in the standardization of the country's airfields.
Following the publication of a report by UNAMA that the Islamic Emirate mistreats the prisoners in the detention centers and prisons of Afghanistan, the spokesman of the Islamic Emirate says that the UNAMA report about the prisoners in Afghanistan is false and propaganda.
Scott Smith, the political representative of the United Nations Mission in Afghanistan (UNAMA), in a meeting with the head of the office of Al Warza of the Islamic Emirate, emphasized on creating an atmosphere of trust between the Islamic Emirate and the world.
After the UNAMA report, stating that human rights violations have occurred in Afghanistan after the Islamic Emirate came to power, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan says that the UNAMA report is not documented and none of the claims in this report have been proven or confirmed.
Marks Potzel, the Deputy Special Representative of the United Nations Secretary General in Afghanistan (UNAMA) said that the organization's representation in Kabul is trying to build bridges between Afghanistan and the world, according to him, isolation and keeping Afghanistan on the sidelines is not an option for them.