A meeting of the Council of Ministers of the Islamic Emirate was held in Kandahar under the leadership of Mawlawi Hebatullah Akhundzada, the leader of the Islamic Emirate.
The Islamic Emirate’s spokesman, Zabihullah Mujahid, said in a statement that during the meeting, Mawlawi Hebatullah Akhundzada tasked the members of the political commission under the leadership of the acting Minister of Foreign Affairs, to prepare internal and foreign policy procedures for the implementation of constructive policies.
"All of Afghanistan's ministers of the Islamic Emirate attended this meeting, and significant topics were discussed. All of the ministers received the appropriate advice from Amir al-Mu'minin to put in a lot of effort in the areas of governance, civil conduct, the handling of justice, and the security and facilities for the people,” Mujahid said.
According to the statement, the leader of the Islamic Emirate also discussed the development of relations with neighbors and other countries and solving existing problems, with the cabinet members during the meeting.
The statement said that the meeting was held on November 19 and 20.
"The members of the political commission led by the foreign minister were tasked with preparing internal and external policies and solutions in order to implement a constructive policy,” the statement reads.
"A government that does not have specific policies, especially a clear foreign policy towards its neighbors and the countries of the world, can never be successful,” said Najibullah Shamal, a political analyst.
Based on the statement, the leader of the Islamic Emirate in the meeting considered the implementation of Sharia rules and service to the people as the primary responsibility of the officials of the Islamic Emirate and asked the officials to work with the people instead of by force, through encouragement, persuasion and good manners.
The leader of the Islamic Emirate also ordered all the acting ministers to prioritize serving the returnees.
“The leader of the Islamic Emirate ordered all the ministers to prioritize serving the immigrants. Instead of force, try to invite people to Islam with encouragement and good morals. People will oppose you if it is with force. Necessary decisions were made regarding the supply of food and fuel and their timely delivery in the coming winter,” the statement reads.
Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar, the deputy prime minister for economic affairs, and Nooruddin Azizi, the acting minister of industry and commerce, both reported on their recent trips to Iran and Pakistan to the leader of the Islamic Emirate at the Council of Ministers meeting.
The statement added that in this meeting there was a discussion about the improvement of scientific capacity in religious and contemporary departments and solving the problems of professors and students.