The Islamic Emirate’s spokesman, Zabiullah Mujahid, said that the suggestion and views of the delegation of the Organizations of Islamic Cooperation will be used in running an Islamic system in Afghanistan.
Mujahid said that efforts are underway to address the concerns of the international community.
“They have been assured that we will continue all affairs of the country based on Islamic rules and that the consultation and views of the people will be used,” he said.
An OIC delegation is visiting Afghanistan to share the views of member nations with Islamic Emirate.
“The visit of the OIC’s delegation reflects that there are serious concerns in the Islamic world about some of the policies of the Taliban,” said Wahid Faqiri, an international relations analyst.
Qatar Minister of State at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Dr. Mohammed bin Abdulaziz bin Saleh Al Khulaifi, on Sunday met with the Chinese special envoy for Afghanistan, Yue Xiaoyong, the Qatari Foreign Ministry said in a statement.
“The two sides discussed cooperation relations between the two countries and developments in the situation in Afghanistan,” the statement said. “Chinese Special Envoy for Afghan Affairs expressed his country’s appreciation for the State of Qatar’s constructive role in the Afghan file,” the statement said.
“The ruling environment across the region is so chaotic and that efforts of one or two countries cannot benefit Afghanistan neither internally nor abroad,” said Shakir Hayat, a political analyst.
According to Mujahid, the delegation of the OIC also met with the governor of Kandahar, in which the two sides discussed the enhancement of cooperation in the health and education sector.