Bilal Karimi, deputy spokesman of the Islamic Emirate, said that currently Kabul is interacting with some countries and wants to have formal interactions with the international community more broadly.
According to Karimi, the Islamic Emirate has completed the conditions for recognition.
“The Islamic Emirate has interactions and relations with many countries. We want to enter a new chapter so that we can start deep and official relations with the international community,” said Bilal Karimi, deputy spokesman of the Islamic Emirate.
The formation of an inclusive government, respecting human rights--especially the rights of women--cutting ties with terrorist groups and not allowing the territory of Afghanistan to be used in attacks against other countries, are the conditions of the international community for recognizing the Islamic Emirate, the issues that the world believes Kabul has not yet implemented.
“If we want to get rid of the current problems and want to have an interaction with the world as a country, they only way to resolve the challenges is with a regular political, social and economic program, so it can prove the position of Afghanistan in the region,” said Javid Sangdil, international relations expert.
“I don’t think that the international community will be willing to recognize the Islamic Emirate until the Islamic Emirate responds positively to the demands of the international community,” said Sayed Jawad Hossieni, political analyst.
Meanwhile, Gulbuddin Hekmatyar, the leader of Hizb-e-Islami, said that in order to reach a permanent and long-lasting peace in the country, Kabul should hold talks with all political, religious and tribal figures.
“In order to reach peace and solve the crisis, the effective internal parties--personalities, parties, religious, social and ethnic personalities, all of them should honestly and without any conditions create a brotherly atmosphere for negotiations,” said Gulbuddin Hekmatyar, the leader of Hizb-e-Islami.
Earlier, Pakistan's Express Tribune quoted a Pakistani official saying that in the month of March around 12 countries were considering recognizing the Islamic Emirate, but due to the non-fulfillment of the conditions of the interim government of Afghanistan, they postponed the issue of recognition.