Continuation of sanctions on the travel of the Islamic Emirate’s senior officials by the international community is “cruel and unjust”. The Deputy Spokesman of the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan (IEA) Bilal Karimi said.
Islamic Emirate authorities have once again asked the United Nations to remove the names of the group’s members from the UN blacklist, adding the international community should engage with the group instead of putting pressure.
During a meeting with Japan Ambassador in Kabul the country’s Acting Interior Minister said that, “Sanction policy would not be in the interest of anyone, problems could be address through dialogue and understanding”.
Mawlvi Abdul Baqi Haqqani, acting Minister of Higher Education, criticized the UN boycott of his foreign travels during a meeting in Kabul, saying that such sanctions would worsen the situation in Afghanistan and that the world and its neighbors should grow educational institutions instead of imposing them.
A senior Iranian official has warned that the Islamic Republic would take the fifth step of scaling back its commitments under a landmark nuclear deal it clinched with major world powers in 2015 if the European signatories to the accord did not take practical measures to salvage it.
International organizations should not remain silent about Washington's cruel economic sanctions that also target Iran's food and medicine, an Iranian minister has said, warning of the adverse consequences of the bans.