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Inclusivity Not Discussed at Kabul Conference: Mujahid

The Islamic Emirate said that the issue of an inclusive government was not talked about in Monday’s Afghanistan’s Regional Cooperation Initiative Conference in Kabul.

The conference, which was attended by representatives of eleven regional countries including Russia, Pakistan, Iran, India, China, and Indonesia finished on Monday evening behind closed doors.

The spokesperson for the Islamic Emirate told TOLOnews that the outcome of the conference will strengthen regional solidarity and will help addressing joint regional security menaces.

“This was one of the important conferences in Afghanistan, which will lead to regional solidarity. In the conference, joint security threats were also discussed that require the contribution of all countries’ to address the threats,” said Zabiullah Mujahid, the spokesperson for the Islamic Emirate.

Prior to the convention, Zamir Kabulov, Russia’s special representative for Afghanistan, said that the inclusivity of the Afghan government will be part of the agenda in the conference, but Zabiullah Mujahid denied the issue.

Mujahid said that the Islamic Emirate’s stance over the nature of government in Afghanistan is clear and that this issue should not be provoked by other countries.

“Inclusive government was not part of the agenda of the meeting. We have clarified our stance which is that inclusivity is an Afghan issue not the issue of other countries. Other countries should talk over issues which belong to them,” told Zabiullah Mujahid, the spokesperson for the Islamic Emirate.

“Russia reiterated its requests from Taliban which is establishment of an inclusive government, a government where all people and political movements are given parts,” said Wais Naseri, a political analyst.

“There is a regional and international consensus about resolving the issues of Afghanistan which is need for intra-Afghan talks and a special representative for the talks,” said Wahid Faqeri, another political analyst.

Talking about the UN’s next month meeting about Afghanistan, the acting foreign minister of the Islamic Emirate, Amir Khan Muttaqi said that special representatives for Afghanistan should present a realistic picture of the country at the meeting.

Inclusivity Not Discussed at Kabul Conference: Mujahid

The spokesperson for the Islamic Emirate told TOLOnews that the outcome of the conference will strengthen regional solidarity.

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The Islamic Emirate said that the issue of an inclusive government was not talked about in Monday’s Afghanistan’s Regional Cooperation Initiative Conference in Kabul.

The conference, which was attended by representatives of eleven regional countries including Russia, Pakistan, Iran, India, China, and Indonesia finished on Monday evening behind closed doors.

The spokesperson for the Islamic Emirate told TOLOnews that the outcome of the conference will strengthen regional solidarity and will help addressing joint regional security menaces.

“This was one of the important conferences in Afghanistan, which will lead to regional solidarity. In the conference, joint security threats were also discussed that require the contribution of all countries’ to address the threats,” said Zabiullah Mujahid, the spokesperson for the Islamic Emirate.

Prior to the convention, Zamir Kabulov, Russia’s special representative for Afghanistan, said that the inclusivity of the Afghan government will be part of the agenda in the conference, but Zabiullah Mujahid denied the issue.

Mujahid said that the Islamic Emirate’s stance over the nature of government in Afghanistan is clear and that this issue should not be provoked by other countries.

“Inclusive government was not part of the agenda of the meeting. We have clarified our stance which is that inclusivity is an Afghan issue not the issue of other countries. Other countries should talk over issues which belong to them,” told Zabiullah Mujahid, the spokesperson for the Islamic Emirate.

“Russia reiterated its requests from Taliban which is establishment of an inclusive government, a government where all people and political movements are given parts,” said Wais Naseri, a political analyst.

“There is a regional and international consensus about resolving the issues of Afghanistan which is need for intra-Afghan talks and a special representative for the talks,” said Wahid Faqeri, another political analyst.

Talking about the UN’s next month meeting about Afghanistan, the acting foreign minister of the Islamic Emirate, Amir Khan Muttaqi said that special representatives for Afghanistan should present a realistic picture of the country at the meeting.

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