In a meeting with the head of UNAMA, Roza Otunbayeva, the deputy Prime Minister for administrative affairs, Abdul Salam Hanafi, urged the inclusion of the interim Afghan government’s envoy in international meetings on Afghanistan, the Arg said in a statement.
According to the statement, the two sides discussed the Afghan refugees being deported and recent meetings of the OIC held in Jeddah, the Arg said in a statement.
He also said the process of deportation of Afghan refugees is against international manners and human rights norms, the Arg said.
“This is very disappointing that we have many times repeated that Afghanistan should be present in the meetings, so it can defend its stance and also to explain the reality here,” said Zabiullah Mujahid, the Islamic Emirate’s spokesman.
Political analysts said that the presence of the Islamic Emirate’s envoys in the international conference is beneficial for resolving the problems of Afghanistan.
“If Afghanistan’s political status is not specified based on international law, this [issue] will be a political vacuum in Afghanistan’s law as well,” said Sayed Muqdam Amin, a political analyst.
The Islamic Emirate has not yet been invited to many international conferences on Afghanistan. The Afghanistan seat in the UN is also still run by the diplomat of the former Afghan government, Naseer Ahmad Faiq.