The First Deputy Prime Minister said that interaction with the international community is necessary and the Islamic Emirate wants positive interaction with the world.
Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar, at a ceremony marking the third anniversary of the Doha agreement, criticized the US and said that not only do they not interact with the current government in Afghanistan, but also they do not allow the countries of the world to interact with Afghanistan.
"We must have interaction with every country, Muslim and non-Muslim, no country can stand alone," said Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar, First Deputy Prime Minister.
Baradar considers maintaining the system a common duty of all and called on the Islamic Emirate officials to not be arrogant.
Meanwhile, Shahabuddin Delawar, minister of Mines and Petroleum, said he considers the signing of the Doha Agreement a lasting day in the history of Afghanistan.
"The Islamic Emirate was committed to being bound to the agreement and not to accept the things that we cannot be bound by," said Shahabuddin Delawar, minister of Mines and Petroleum.
The acting minister of Energy and Water said the Islamic Emirate officials must have good relations with the people.
Noorullah Noori, acting minister of Borders, during the ceremony said that "in Afghanistan today the American empire has been defeated and it's the third empire defeated in Afghanistan."
Abdul Latif Mansoor, acting minister of Energy and Water said at the ceremony that Islamic Emirate officials have good relations with the country's residents.
Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar, the First Deputy Prime Minister, said that all the terms of the Doha agreement were met based on Sharia law in consultation with a large number of scholars to preserve religious and national values.