Islamic Emirate’s Spokesman Zabiullah Mujahid said that they are using all paths to facilitate the return of “political opponents."
Mujahid made the remarks in reaction to the Indian Defense Minister, Rajnath Singh, who told the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) in Tashkent on Wednesday that member states should encourage Afghanistan's authorities to achieve national reconciliation through dialogue and negotiation and establish an inclusive political structure.
The Indian Defense Minister also stressed the need to prevent Afghanistan from becoming a safe haven for terrorists.
“The inclusive government can create trust among Afghanistan’s tribes and prevent the tensions which are plaguing the government now and will in the future,’ said Barna Salehi, a political analyst.
“Inclusivity means to appoint experts and people with good backgrounds to the government departments,” said Mohammad Matin Mohammad Khail, a political analyst.
The Islamic Emirate’s spokesman Zabiullah Mujahid said that there will be no threat from the Afghan soil to any country.
“The Islamic Emirate is obliged to provide security all over Afghanistan, to protect itself and its people, and to prevent Afghanistan from being a place from which any country would feel threatened. This is our national responsibility, and we are paying more attention to this” he said.
Afghanistan was in the process of gaining membership to the SCO in 2012 but is yet to be recognized as a permanent member of this organization. However, after the Islamic Emirate swept into power, no representative from Afghanistan has participated in any of the SCO summits.
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