The acting minister of Mines and Petroleum in a special interview with TOLOnews said that the current government is bound by all its commitments to the world.
Shahabuddin Delawar said that the Islamic Emirate, according to the Doha Agreement, wants good relations with the world, and the international community must have good interactions with them. He added that Islamic Emirate diplomatic missions are active in some countries.
"The world also needs good interaction with Afghanistan and the world cannot ignore Afghanistan's geographical location and the people of Afghanistan," said Shahabuddin Delawar, acting minister of Mines and Petroleum.
Delawar also added that Islamic Emirate is committed to the rights of all citizens of the country.
"If they want to govern based on Islam the rights of every person will not be violated, if they really govern based on Islam," said Ramazan Bashardost, a former member of the parliament.
Meanwhile, the former US special envoy Zalmay Khalilzad said the observance of human rights, especially for women, is important for the international community and for the US and attention should be paid to the rights of women in Afghanistan.
"Regarding the Islamic Emirate orders for women's education and work, the position of the US is clear and I am also against these orders," said Zalmay Khalilzad, the former US special envoy for Afghanistan.
After the Islamic Emirate took over the country, women have been deprived of going to schools, and universities and from working in NGOs, and this decision of the Islamic Emirate has caused widespread reactions.
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