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Kabul's Presence at Doha Meeting Hinges on Acceptance of Demands: Kabir

Mawlawi Abdul Kabir, the political deputy of the Prime Minister's Office, in a meeting with Mohammed bin Abdulaziz bin Saleh al-Khulaifi, Minister of State for the Foreign Affairs of the State of Qatar, said that the Islamic Emirate's participation in the Doha meeting is conditional upon the acceptance of the Islamic Emirate's demands.

In the statement from the Deputy Political Office of the Prime Minister, Mawlawi Abdul Kabir referred to the third Doha meeting as a good opportunity for interaction between the Islamic Emirate and the international community.

The Minister of State for the Foreign Affairs of the State of Qatar, in his meeting with the Deputy Political Prime Minister, said that Qatar wants to play a positive role in strengthening Afghanistan's relations with the world. Mohammed bin Abdulaziz bin Saleh al-Khulaifi added that without the participation of the interim government representative, the third Doha meeting will not yield any results.

Zabihullah Mujahid, the spokesperson for the Islamic Emirate, said: "The Islamic Emirate has received their invitation and it is under review. Whenever we deem it appropriate, we will respond whether we will participate or not."

Meanwhile, Amir Khan Muttaqi, the acting Foreign Minister, in his meeting with this delegation, presented the Islamic Emirate's position on the issues of the third Doha meeting transparently and expressed pleasure about discussing climate change, the private sector, and drugs at this meeting. According to the Deputy Spokesperson for the Foreign Ministry, Mohammed bin Abdulaziz bin Saleh al-Khulaifi, in his meeting with Muttaqi, said the conditions of the Islamic Emirate for participation in the third Doha meeting are legitimate and he also emphasized the presence of the interim government representative.

Hafiz Zia Ahmad Takal, the Deputy Spokesperson for the Foreign Ministry, said: "Amir Khan Muttaqi clearly presented the Islamic Emirate's position on the issues of the Doha meeting."

A number of political analysts  discussed the need for increasing interactions between the Islamic Emirate and the international community and the observance of human rights, especially lifting restrictions on women and girls, in the Doha meeting.

"The relations of Afghans with international countries should be discussed in [the Doha meeting], not Afghanistan's internal issues. Regarding the representative that the United Nations wants to appoint for us, it should be clarified what their authorities and responsibilities are and ultimately what they want from the people of Afghanistan," Saleem Paigir, a political analyst, told TOLOnews.

"The third Doha meeting, following the unsuccessful second meeting, is necessary for the Islamic Emirate to abandon isolation and utilize the available opportunities," said Nasser Shafiq, another political analyst.

The third Doha meeting with the participation of special representatives of countries for Afghanistan will be held from June 30 to July 1 in Qatar. The United Nations said that the purpose of this meeting is to increase structured and coordinated international interaction with the interim government.

Kabul's Presence at Doha Meeting Hinges on Acceptance of Demands: Kabir

Mawlawi Abdul Kabir referred to the third Doha meeting as a good opportunity for interaction between the Islamic Emirate and the international community.

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Mawlawi Abdul Kabir, the political deputy of the Prime Minister's Office, in a meeting with Mohammed bin Abdulaziz bin Saleh al-Khulaifi, Minister of State for the Foreign Affairs of the State of Qatar, said that the Islamic Emirate's participation in the Doha meeting is conditional upon the acceptance of the Islamic Emirate's demands.

In the statement from the Deputy Political Office of the Prime Minister, Mawlawi Abdul Kabir referred to the third Doha meeting as a good opportunity for interaction between the Islamic Emirate and the international community.

The Minister of State for the Foreign Affairs of the State of Qatar, in his meeting with the Deputy Political Prime Minister, said that Qatar wants to play a positive role in strengthening Afghanistan's relations with the world. Mohammed bin Abdulaziz bin Saleh al-Khulaifi added that without the participation of the interim government representative, the third Doha meeting will not yield any results.

Zabihullah Mujahid, the spokesperson for the Islamic Emirate, said: "The Islamic Emirate has received their invitation and it is under review. Whenever we deem it appropriate, we will respond whether we will participate or not."

Meanwhile, Amir Khan Muttaqi, the acting Foreign Minister, in his meeting with this delegation, presented the Islamic Emirate's position on the issues of the third Doha meeting transparently and expressed pleasure about discussing climate change, the private sector, and drugs at this meeting. According to the Deputy Spokesperson for the Foreign Ministry, Mohammed bin Abdulaziz bin Saleh al-Khulaifi, in his meeting with Muttaqi, said the conditions of the Islamic Emirate for participation in the third Doha meeting are legitimate and he also emphasized the presence of the interim government representative.

Hafiz Zia Ahmad Takal, the Deputy Spokesperson for the Foreign Ministry, said: "Amir Khan Muttaqi clearly presented the Islamic Emirate's position on the issues of the Doha meeting."

A number of political analysts  discussed the need for increasing interactions between the Islamic Emirate and the international community and the observance of human rights, especially lifting restrictions on women and girls, in the Doha meeting.

"The relations of Afghans with international countries should be discussed in [the Doha meeting], not Afghanistan's internal issues. Regarding the representative that the United Nations wants to appoint for us, it should be clarified what their authorities and responsibilities are and ultimately what they want from the people of Afghanistan," Saleem Paigir, a political analyst, told TOLOnews.

"The third Doha meeting, following the unsuccessful second meeting, is necessary for the Islamic Emirate to abandon isolation and utilize the available opportunities," said Nasser Shafiq, another political analyst.

The third Doha meeting with the participation of special representatives of countries for Afghanistan will be held from June 30 to July 1 in Qatar. The United Nations said that the purpose of this meeting is to increase structured and coordinated international interaction with the interim government.

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