The Islamic Emirate’s Political Office in Qatar said it considers the recognition of the Islamic Emirate by the international community to be a process that will take time, and that efforts are ongoing to achieve recognition.
"Announce the recognition and we are hopeful that this problem will be solved .... we are trying to solve this problem soon," said Mohammad Naeem, spokesman for Islamic Emirate’s Political Office in Qatar.
The spokesman for the Islamic Emirate’s Political Office said that now the interaction of the Islamic Emirate with most countries of the world is ongoing in various sectors.
"We have interactions, we have meetings and requests, and their officials travel here, and meetings are held, we have business interactions, economic interactions, and interactions in different sectors," said Mohammad Naeem, spokesman for Islamic Emirate’s Political Office in Qatar.
Meanwhile, some political analysts commented on the issue.
"In the current situation, the (Doha political office) plays a positive role due to the interactions with many countries, whether they are from the East or the West," said Fazulrahman Orya, political analyst.
"The international community's demands for recognition inspired by the history of Afghanistan's conflict are based on the multiple realities of Afghanistan," said Sayed Javad Sijadi, an international relations analyst.
Women rights, the closing of schools for girls and preventing terrorism are the Afghanistan issues concerning the international community.