The Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs, Sheikh Mohammed bin Abdulrahman bin Jassim Al-Thani said that in his meeting with the German Foreign Minister Annalena Baerbock, there was emphasized “the necessity" for the "international community to cooperate to strengthen the capabilities of the people and enable them to avoid any internal crises."
The German Foreign Minister arrived in Qatar and met the country’s officials, including Al Thani.
According to a statement of Qatar’s Foreign Ministry, “both sides stressed the importance of having the international community continue cooperating to enhance the capabilities of the people and empower them against any internal crises, and the importance of moving forward in building peace, respecting human rights, especially women's rights, providing education for girls and achieving development for all segments of Afghan society.”
Al Thani earlier visited Kandahar province where he held talks with the Islamic Emirate’s Prime Minister, Mullah Mohammad Hassan Akhund, who has currently not active in this position due to illness.
“The current government of Afghanistan can also reach itself to the level of the world within a structure which is described by Islam,” said Maisuam Kazemi, political analyst.
The Islamic Emirate welcomed Qatar’s stance toward cooperation with Afghanistan, saying that the interim government is trying to resolve the concerns of human rights in Afghanistan.
“The Islamic Emirate is committed to making efforts to address concerns that exist regarding human rights as well, and we are trying to find a solution for the issues which have yet to be solved,” said Zabiullah Mujahid.
Earlier, Qatar’s Foreign Ministry said that Qatar has been trying to create a political path between Afghanistan and the international community.