The Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MoFA) said that the Islamic Emirate hopes to be invited to the second round of the National Security Advisors/ Secretaries of the Security Council of India and Central Asia to be held in May 2023 in Kazakhstan.
MoFA spokesman Zia Ahmad Takal said that the presence of the Islamic Emirate would help establish cooperation and increase confidence in security, prevent drug trafficking, and facilitate the delivery of humanitarian aid to the people of Afghanistan.
“The Islamic Emirate is committed to not allowing anyone to use Afghan soil to pose a threat to regional or world countries or to interfere in their internal affairs,” he said.
The reaction of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs comes three days after the meeting was convened by India.
Meanwhile, analysts believe that the lack of recognition of the caretaker government by the international community is the reason that Islamic Emirate representatives are not attending such meetings.
“The Taliban don’t see the content of these meetings as in their interest because the main demand of these meetings is the formation of an inclusive government,” said Sayed Javad Sijadi, an international relation analyst.
“The regional countries, with the participation of the Islamic Emirate, should make a coalition and fight against terrorism together,” said Mohammad Bashar, a political analyst.
After the Islamic Emirate swept into power, more than five major meetings on Afghanistan were convened by regional and world countries.
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