The Islamic Emirate said that currently 17 Chargé d'Affaires of the current Afghan government are present in Afghan embassies in foreign countries.
The Islamic Emirate's spokesman, Zabihullah Mujahid, told TOLOnews that in addition to the ambassadors of previous governments, the Islamic Emirate has also sent new ambassadors to a number of nations, and these ambassadors are currently in contact with the foreign ministry of the current Afghan government.
"We kept active our embassies in many countries. These embassies are in sixteen or seventeen countries and provide consular services. We have sent new ambassadors to some countries, and in some countries former ambassadors are operating,” Mujahid told TOLOnews.
According to some former diplomats, the appointment of these ambassadors to countries are effective in improving relations between the Islamic Emirate and other countries.
"Countries have varying needs of Afghanistan with respect to their diplomatic connections and the significance of those contacts, and I believe that we have come to an understanding to engage in real diplomacy at all levels. When we have achievement at any level, it will bring ease not only to the Islamic Emirate, but also to the people of Afghanistan,” said Muhibullah Sharif, a political analyst.
Meanwhile, some analysts pointed out some steps for the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan so that its ambassadors will be accepted by other countries:
"No country will accept an ambassador of Afghanistan alone until all the countries reach a consensus on whether to recognize the Islamic Emirate or to accept the ambassador of the Islamic Emirate in their country," said Zakiullah Mohammadi, a university lecturer.
This comes as, recently, the Islamic Emirate appointed Badrudin Haqqani as the new Chargé d'affaires of the Islamic Emirate's embassy in the United Arab Emirates.