The Islamic Emirate reiterated on Friday that it had completed all conditions for recognition by the international community.
The Russian foreign ministry’s spokesperson recently said that the “Taliban” should fulfil the expectations of the international community for recognition.
“The Islamic Emirate expects the regional and world countries to engage with the Afghans and recognize the current government under the leadership of the Islamic Emirate,” said Bilal Karimi, deputy spokesman of the Islamic Emirate. “Therefore, the Islamic Emirate would be able to responsibly engage in (resolving) the problems and challenges with the world.”
“The Taliban should fulfil the expectation of the international community for the formation of an inclusive government based on ethnicity, countering the terrorism and freedom of citizens,” said Maria Zakharova, the spokesperson for the Russian Federations’ foreign ministry.
To resolve the ongoing challenges, political experts said that Afghanistan needs to be recognized by the world.
“(The people) pay for the price of the non-recognition of the Afghan government. Inclusivity and participatory government is the wish of all Afghans,” said Fazal Hadi Wazin, a university instructor. “If a government is not inclusive, it will be deprived of the support of the people.”
“(They) use recognition and impose conditions as pressure,” said Aziz Miraj, a former diplomat.
The Islamic Emirate came to power over two months ago but no country has so far recognized the current Afghan government.