The participants of a meeting of opposition figures of the Islamic Emirate called for a roadmap and a framework for Afghanistan's future.
The meeting was held in Vienna.
The participants in a joint statement of the meeting stressed the need for democratic law, ensuring human rights and national unity as well the establishment of a political government.
Some of the participants of the meeting told TOLOnews that the participants discussed the situation of women in Afghanistan.
“On day three, the agenda will discuss the presence of women in the political sector in Afghanistan because they are deprived of all their rights and they discussed how women can get their rights back,” said Fazal Ahmad Manavi, a participant of the Vienna meeting.
“The close up of the discussion of the past two days is part of the agenda,” said Sayed Baqir Mohseni, a participant of the meeting.
Earlier, Suhail Shaheen, head of the Islamic Emirate’s political office based in Qatar, criticized the meetings and said they are not in the interest of the people of Afghanistan.
The meeting was attended by the opposition of the Islamic Emirate, civil rights activists and envoys of some countries.
The statement said that the number of the terrorist groups has increased and should be prevented in Afghanistan.
“We are once again stressing national unity and a democratic and political government,” the statement reads.
The political analysts give various opinion about the importance of the meeting.
“It is important but not as it should be because the participants who are participating there are the people who have been in the government from the past,” said Moeen Gul Samkani, political analyst
“If we, for the sake of goodness and reform and improvement of Afghanistan, not for the feud of power and war and conflict, try to highlight every problem of Afghanistan, it will then benefit,” said Ameen Zazai, political analyst.