The acting minister of higher education, Neda Mohammad Nadim, said that the world wants to put illegal demands on the Islamic Emirate over the current government's recognition.
Speaking at the graduation ceremony of Kabul Medical University students, Nadim added that the Islamic Emirate will never accept the demands of the world that are against Islamic laws.
"They want to impose their orders on us, but we're not prepared to follow orders from anybody in any case. Those demands of the religion and the traditions of this Muslim class, will be implemented in Afghanistan,” Nadim noted.
This official of the Islamic Emirate accused the international community and organizations that support human rights of double standards, saying that now all countries and humanitarian organizations are silent about the crimes that are being committed in the Gaza Strip.
"Where are these humanitarians? What is going on in the world today? What is going on in terms of migration? What is going on with the Muslims in terms of occupation?" Where is this justice?" the acting higher education minister asked.
Some political analysts have various views on the international community's behavior with the current Afghan government.
"Currently, the Islamic Emirate is not ready to accept the demands of the world, nor are the people of the world ready to accept the demands and values of the Islamic Emirate,” said Aminullah Ehsas, a political analyst.
However, the international community and the countries of the world have always valled for the reopening of universities and schools and for respect of the rights of women in the country.