The Deputy Prime Minister for Political Affairs said that the upcoming Doha meeting will be concentrated on the Islamic Emirate’s engagement with the world.
Speaking in a meeting with regional officials of Nangarhar province, Mawlawi Abdul Kabir said the caretaker Afghan government has met all conditions for recognition and asked the regional countries to act in recognizing the Islamic Emirate.
“We have been assured that the upcoming meeting of Doha will aim at encouraging the world to engage with the Islamic Emirate,” said the Deputy Prime Minister for Political Affairs, Mawlawi Abdul Kabir.
He said that the Islamic Emirate’s door is open for all its political opponents.
According to the deputy PM, 700 officials of the former Afghan government have returned to the country in the past two years.
“More than 700 former government officials including ministers and parliament members have returned to the country through the Contact Commission. They have also been given impunity cards,” said the Deputy Prime Minister for Political Affairs, Mawlawi Abdul Kabir.
In the meantime, officials of the chamber of commerce and investment of Nangarhar province asked for resolving trade problems with Pakistan.
They said that Pakistan has been creating problems for Afghan traders and has always breached their pledges.
“Pakistan has banned 212 items which cannot be imported through Karachi port to Afghanistan. We ask you to make you policies in line with the new government in Pakistan,” said Gul Murad, head of Nangarhar’s chamber of commerce and investment.
The deputy PM of the Islamic Emirate has insisted that Afghanistan is secure, and its soil will not be used to threaten other countries.