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Haqqani Welcomes Recommendations of Turkish Scholars

The Acting Interior Minister Sirajuddin Haqqani, in a meeting with a delegation of religious scholars from Turkey, said their recommendations for strengthening the Islamic Emirate are valuable.

Haqqani added that the arrival of a delegation of Turkish religious scholars to Afghanistan is effective in strengthening the relations between Kabul and Ankara.

The Interior Ministry wrote in a statement that Haqqani expressed his gratitude for the country's assistance in building schools and mosques in Afghanistan and said that their coming to the country will strengthen the relationship between Ankara and Kabul.

Meanwhile, the spokesman of the Islamic Emirate, Zabihullah Mujahid, said that the religious scholars of the world come to Afghanistan in order to convey the situation of this country to the world.

“The Islamic Emirate also needs for these scholars to come to [Afghanistan] and convey a good message to nations: See the situation in Afghanistan, see the security and stability, and closely see the Islamic rules put into effect in Afghanistan, which was one of the wishes of the people of Afghanistan, and then they can help in preventing the rumors published outside Afghanistan,” Mujahid said.

Some political analysts consider the visits of religious scholars from different countries to Afghanistan as important, saying that these visits will strengthen Afghanistan's relations with the world.

“The exchange of thoughts of Turkish scholars and Islamic scholars with the officials of the Islamic Emirate definitely can have positive and good impacts in all aspects,” Sayed Muhsin Hussaini, a political analyst told TOLOnews.

"Those scholars that come to Afghanistan insist a lot on the issues involving the human rights on the Islamic Emirate; especially, the rights of Afghan women, the reopening of schools for girls, universities and their work,” Salim Paigir, another political analyst told TOLOnews.

This comes as earlier a delegation of religious scholars from Islamic nations visited Kabul and met with officials of the Islamic Emirate to talk about security, economic stability, progress and reconstruction.

Haqqani Welcomes Recommendations of Turkish Scholars

The Interior Ministry wrote in a statement that Haqqani expressed his gratitude for the country's assistance in building schools and mosques in Afghanistan.

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The Acting Interior Minister Sirajuddin Haqqani, in a meeting with a delegation of religious scholars from Turkey, said their recommendations for strengthening the Islamic Emirate are valuable.

Haqqani added that the arrival of a delegation of Turkish religious scholars to Afghanistan is effective in strengthening the relations between Kabul and Ankara.

The Interior Ministry wrote in a statement that Haqqani expressed his gratitude for the country's assistance in building schools and mosques in Afghanistan and said that their coming to the country will strengthen the relationship between Ankara and Kabul.

Meanwhile, the spokesman of the Islamic Emirate, Zabihullah Mujahid, said that the religious scholars of the world come to Afghanistan in order to convey the situation of this country to the world.

“The Islamic Emirate also needs for these scholars to come to [Afghanistan] and convey a good message to nations: See the situation in Afghanistan, see the security and stability, and closely see the Islamic rules put into effect in Afghanistan, which was one of the wishes of the people of Afghanistan, and then they can help in preventing the rumors published outside Afghanistan,” Mujahid said.

Some political analysts consider the visits of religious scholars from different countries to Afghanistan as important, saying that these visits will strengthen Afghanistan's relations with the world.

“The exchange of thoughts of Turkish scholars and Islamic scholars with the officials of the Islamic Emirate definitely can have positive and good impacts in all aspects,” Sayed Muhsin Hussaini, a political analyst told TOLOnews.

"Those scholars that come to Afghanistan insist a lot on the issues involving the human rights on the Islamic Emirate; especially, the rights of Afghan women, the reopening of schools for girls, universities and their work,” Salim Paigir, another political analyst told TOLOnews.

This comes as earlier a delegation of religious scholars from Islamic nations visited Kabul and met with officials of the Islamic Emirate to talk about security, economic stability, progress and reconstruction.

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