The resolution shows that the UNSC supports a “process by which Afghanistan is integrated into the international community only by meeting its international obligations. ”US State Department spokesperson Matthew Miller said.
International relations experts say that according to international laws, the government of the Islamic Emirate has completed all the conditions for recognizing the existing government in Afghanistan, therefore, not handing over the seat of Afghanistan in the United Nations to the Islamic Emirate is a clear violation of the rights of the people of ...
Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar, Economic Vice President of the Islamic Emirate's Ministry of Foreign Affairs, at the ceremony to celebrate the "World Migrants' Day" in Kabul, expressing his regret for the dual approach of the United Nations towards human rights, once again called on the international community to respect the migrants and take responsibility ...
Officials at Da Afghanistan Bank (DAB), in a meeting with the United Nations Special Coordinator for Afghanistan, demanded the release of the country’s foreign exchange reserves and said that due to the problems of the Afghan pthe restrictions imposed on the country’s banking sector should be removed.
In his meeting with the United Nations Special Coordinator, the Acting Minister of Interior has said that the international community and international organizations should emphasize understanding and diplomatic relations with Afghanistan instead of unilateral decisions, and that the existing challenges and obstacles should be resolved through dialogue....
The officials of the Chamber of Commerce and Investment of the country say that the Afghan businessmen have emphasized in the meeting with the officials of the World Bank and the representatives of a number of countries to remove the restrictions imposed on the Afghan economy.
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, Acting Prime Minister of the Islamic Emirate, in a meeting with the Afghan ambassador in Tehran, called for good and friendly relations with all neighbors and the international community, especially the Islamic Republic of Iran, and added that serious steps should be taken to provide more facilities to Afghans living in Iran.
The Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesperson Mao Ning said that Beijing hopes the Afghan interim government will take more solid steps in the direction that serves the interests of the Afghan people and meets the expectations of the international community.
Zhang Jun, China's Permanent Representative to the United Nations, has said that America and the West should remove unilateral sanctions against Afghanistan as soon as possible, and he has also called for Afghanistan to join regional economic and trade cooperation.
Faraidon Sinirlioglu, the United Nations special coordinator for Afghanistan affairs, in a meeting with Abdul Kabir, the acting prime minister of the Islamic Emirate, said that the international community, in addition to strengthening internal security in Afghanistan, attaches importance to establishing good relations with its countries and neighbors ...
The Acting Minister of Defense of the Islamic Emirate denied the existence of differences within the Islamic Emirate and said that any differences that harm the system do not exist in this government, and what exists is a propaganda process against this system.
In a "press conference" in Kabul, Islamic scholars from European countries who have recently visited Afghanistan say that the sanctions of the international community against Afghanistan should be lifted based on humanitarian principles. They also demanded the release of the frozen funds of the Central Bank of Afghanistan from the United States.
At the end of their second regional meeting in Kyrgyzstan, the heads of the countries of Central Asia and the Council of Europe, in a joint statement, emphasized on increasing the aid of the international community, the development of Afghanistan into a safe, stable and peaceful country.