The former Afghan president Hamid Karzai said that the international community should not seek the forcible removal of the current government of Afghanistan from power, but encourage the Islamic Emirate to reform its policies through inter-Afghan dialogues.
In an interview with Japanese media, Hamid Karzai asked the Islamic Emirate to immediately allow education for girls, and this could be a step towards "legitimate government" and the recognition of the current Afghan government.
“The international community should not seek the forcible removal from power of Afghanistan's interim Taliban government but encourage inclusive intra-Afghan dialogue to bring about improvements to their policies,” Karzai said as quoted by Kyodo News.
Some political analysts asked the current government to change its policies in order to improve the situation in the country and relations with the Islamic Emirate and the international community.
"The Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan has more duties and obligations to bring about change in its policies and make more efforts for intra-Afghan dialogue,” said Ahmad Khan Andar, an international relations analyst.
"Intra-Afghan dialogue is discussed, not intra-intelligence network dialogue. The current government should listen to the voice of its people and have relations based on a single definition of national interests. We should use committed experts in our governing body so that we don't need to adapt foreign programs and projects,” said Mohammad Zalmay Afghanyar, a political analyst.
Although the Islamic Emirate has not yet commented on this issue, it has said before that there is no need to talk with political figures in the country.
Intra-Afghan talks are one of the four important terms of the Doha Agreement between the Islamic Emirate and the US.