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Germany Seeks to Send Diplomats to Kabul in Early 2022

Germany’s special envoy to Afghanistan, Jasper Wieck, has said that his country is likely to send some of its diplomats to Afghanistan in the early months of 2022.

While speaking at the 35th summit of the Protestant Academy he mentioned that the return of German diplomats does not mean that Germany recognizes the Islamic Emirate.

The return of a number of German diplomats to Afghanistan is imminent, said Jasper Wieck, Germany's special envoy to Afghanistan, who added that diplomats are scheduled to start their mission in the early months of 2022 in Kabul, but security issues must be resolved first.

Afghan political experts said the reopening of embassies will be in the interest of the country and this could pave the way for humanitarian assistance to Afghanistan.

"The German government is trying to find a peaceful way to engage with the Islamic Emirate in order to deliver its humanitarian assistance to Afghanistan," said Zahir Motahari, a political expert.
 
In the meantime, the Islamic Emirate welcomed the steps taken by Germany, saying that the reopening of embassies will improve Afghanistan’s relations with the world.

“We praise such actions, other countries should take the same actions. The challenges of all countries will be resolved through diplomatic talks, and we believe in this process,” said Bilal Karimi, a spokesman for the Islamic Emirate.

“Some countries have stated that they want to reopen their embassies in Afghanistan,” said Waliullah Shahin, director of the Center for Strategic Studies at the Foreign Ministry.
 
So far, no country has recognized the Islamic Emirate, but a number of countries have recently reopened their embassies in Kabul.

Germany Seeks to Send Diplomats to Kabul in Early 2022

Political experts said the reopening of embassies will be in the interest of the country and this could pave the way for humanitarian assistance to Afghanistan.

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Germany’s special envoy to Afghanistan, Jasper Wieck, has said that his country is likely to send some of its diplomats to Afghanistan in the early months of 2022.

While speaking at the 35th summit of the Protestant Academy he mentioned that the return of German diplomats does not mean that Germany recognizes the Islamic Emirate.

The return of a number of German diplomats to Afghanistan is imminent, said Jasper Wieck, Germany's special envoy to Afghanistan, who added that diplomats are scheduled to start their mission in the early months of 2022 in Kabul, but security issues must be resolved first.

Afghan political experts said the reopening of embassies will be in the interest of the country and this could pave the way for humanitarian assistance to Afghanistan.

"The German government is trying to find a peaceful way to engage with the Islamic Emirate in order to deliver its humanitarian assistance to Afghanistan," said Zahir Motahari, a political expert.
 
In the meantime, the Islamic Emirate welcomed the steps taken by Germany, saying that the reopening of embassies will improve Afghanistan’s relations with the world.

“We praise such actions, other countries should take the same actions. The challenges of all countries will be resolved through diplomatic talks, and we believe in this process,” said Bilal Karimi, a spokesman for the Islamic Emirate.

“Some countries have stated that they want to reopen their embassies in Afghanistan,” said Waliullah Shahin, director of the Center for Strategic Studies at the Foreign Ministry.
 
So far, no country has recognized the Islamic Emirate, but a number of countries have recently reopened their embassies in Kabul.

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