The Chargé d'Affaires of Afghanistan's Permanent Mission to the UN, Naseer Ahmad Faiq, said that that improvement of relations between the Islamic Emirate and international community is linked to implementation of the recent resolution issued by the UN members in a plenary assembly.
Faiq said that the caretaker government has not yet completed the conditions for recognition.
“The relations of the international community and their engagement with the Taliban depends on the improvement and implementation of resolutions as well as the fulfilment of the Taliban’s commitments. This is a very important point because it shows that the international community has a clear message for the Taliban,” he said.
Faiq made the remarks during an online meeting.
“They are trying to act as a government but on the contrary, they have not fulfilled the wishes of the people of Afghanistan and conditions that are laid by the international community and regional countries,” he said.
But the head of the Islamic Emirate’s Political Office in Qatar, Suhail Shaheen, denied that the Islamic Emirate has not been recognized for not accepting some wishes of the international community.
“The condition for recognition is to have control over the capital—to rule the whole country and the borders. These are the conditions that the current government has now. Otherwise, there is no conditions but demands which are posing obstacles against recognition,” he said.
The analysts urged the caretaker government to accept some of the international community’s wishes to reach recognition.
“They may implement the conditions which are not against sharia, thus, the world can recognize it and the problems of the people will be solved,” said Mohammad Mateen Mohammad Khail, a political analyst.
“The demands of the international community for recognition are based on Afghanistan’s conflictive history and realities,” said Sayed Javad Sijadi, a political analyst.
Despite nearly 15 months after the fall, no country has yet recognized the Islamic Emirate. However, the diplomatic missions of some countries including Russia, Turkey, Pakistan, Iran, China and others are present in capital Kabul.
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