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Muttaqi Meets With Diplomats of Islamic Emirate in Turkey

The acting Foreign Minister, Amir Khan Muttaqi, met with the diplomats of the Islamic Emirate in Turkey and urged them to perform their duties and provide services to the Afghans based in Turkey without any discrimination, the spokesman for MoFA said on X.

Balkhi in a separate tweet wrote that Muttaqi met with the Special Coordinator, Independent Assessor of the UN, Feridun H. Sinirlioğlu in Istanbul, and Muttaqi stressed that that Afghanistan is no longer an unsafe conflict-mired country, “but peace & a central government prevail, hence the international community should step forward vis-a-vis constructive interaction in line with the current ground realities.”

“Ensuring security, countering narcotics, economy, health, transparency, governance and  services, and considering these steps taken by IEA as constructive for engagement with the international community, FM Muttaqi added that despite all these achievements, the international community has insisted on one-sided demands,” Balkhi said.

This comes as the Afghans based in Turkey urged the Afghanistan’s consulate to provide more facilities for Afghan nationals.

“The distribution of electronic identification has not started here. Many Afghans are facing problems. The distribution of the visas must be resumed,” said Faisal Nizami, an Afghan refugee.

“The Islamic Emirate should address the problems of the Afghan youth here,” said Wahid Amini, an Afghan refugee.

The political analysts called Muttaqi’s visit to Turkey effective for the improvement of relations between Kabul and Islamabad.

“The visit of the country’s officials is beneficial, it doesn't matter whatever purpose they are,” said Mohammad Afzal Habib Safi, a political analyst.

According to Balkhi, the acting foreign minister “paid a visit to the Ismailağa Academic Center in Istanbul.”

Muttaqi Meets With Diplomats of Islamic Emirate in Turkey

This comes as the Afghans based in Turkey urged the Afghanistan’s consulate to provide more facilities for Afghan nationals.

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The acting Foreign Minister, Amir Khan Muttaqi, met with the diplomats of the Islamic Emirate in Turkey and urged them to perform their duties and provide services to the Afghans based in Turkey without any discrimination, the spokesman for MoFA said on X.

Balkhi in a separate tweet wrote that Muttaqi met with the Special Coordinator, Independent Assessor of the UN, Feridun H. Sinirlioğlu in Istanbul, and Muttaqi stressed that that Afghanistan is no longer an unsafe conflict-mired country, “but peace & a central government prevail, hence the international community should step forward vis-a-vis constructive interaction in line with the current ground realities.”

“Ensuring security, countering narcotics, economy, health, transparency, governance and  services, and considering these steps taken by IEA as constructive for engagement with the international community, FM Muttaqi added that despite all these achievements, the international community has insisted on one-sided demands,” Balkhi said.

This comes as the Afghans based in Turkey urged the Afghanistan’s consulate to provide more facilities for Afghan nationals.

“The distribution of electronic identification has not started here. Many Afghans are facing problems. The distribution of the visas must be resumed,” said Faisal Nizami, an Afghan refugee.

“The Islamic Emirate should address the problems of the Afghan youth here,” said Wahid Amini, an Afghan refugee.

The political analysts called Muttaqi’s visit to Turkey effective for the improvement of relations between Kabul and Islamabad.

“The visit of the country’s officials is beneficial, it doesn't matter whatever purpose they are,” said Mohammad Afzal Habib Safi, a political analyst.

According to Balkhi, the acting foreign minister “paid a visit to the Ismailağa Academic Center in Istanbul.”

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