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Acting Interior Min. Visits UAE, Agrees on Prisoner, Visa Policies

Zabihullah Mujahid, spokesperson for the Islamic Emirate, said that the authorities of the United Arab Emirates and Khalifa Sirajuddin Haqqani, the Acting Minister of Interior, have reached an agreement on the release of Afghan prisoners, the resumption of visa issuance, and the digitization of the traffic system.

Mujahid in a statement said that during Khalifa Sirajuddin Haqqani's visit to the United Arab Emirates, discussions were also held on strengthening relations between the two countries, efforts towards regional stability, and the UAE's contribution to the reconstruction of Afghanistan.

Meanwhile, the acting Minister of Interior, heading a delegation including Abdul Haq Wasiq, Director of the General Directorate of Intelligence, and Anas Haqqani, a senior leader of the Islamic Emirate, has gone to the United Arab Emirates and held talks with the Emir and senior officials of the country.

This is the first foreign trip of Khalifa Sirajuddin Haqqani since the Islamic Emirate took over the country, but further details about this trip are not available.

Meanwhile, UAE media reported that in this meeting, both sides discussed strengthening bilateral relations, regional stability, expanding cooperation, and shared interests.

A number of political analysts said the acting Minister of Interior's visit to the UAE is important for developing relations between the Islamic Emirate and other countries and addressing some current challenges.

"This trip and other trips have a positive impact on our relations. We can find solutions to obstacles that have somehow been presented to them," said Amanullah Hotaki, a political analyst.

"This is a very important trip, and I hope this trip brings good news to Afghanistan and paves the way for Afghanistan's interaction with the world," said Gul Mohammaduddin Mohammadi, another political analyst.

Earlier, a delegation of UAE scholars had come to Kabul and met with several Islamic Emirate officials, including the acting Ministers of Interior and Foreign Affairs, to discuss various issues, including girls' education and women's work.

Acting Interior Min. Visits UAE, Agrees on Prisoner, Visa Policies

This is the first foreign trip of Khalifa Sirajuddin Haqqani since the Islamic Emirate took over the country.

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Zabihullah Mujahid, spokesperson for the Islamic Emirate, said that the authorities of the United Arab Emirates and Khalifa Sirajuddin Haqqani, the Acting Minister of Interior, have reached an agreement on the release of Afghan prisoners, the resumption of visa issuance, and the digitization of the traffic system.

Mujahid in a statement said that during Khalifa Sirajuddin Haqqani's visit to the United Arab Emirates, discussions were also held on strengthening relations between the two countries, efforts towards regional stability, and the UAE's contribution to the reconstruction of Afghanistan.

Meanwhile, the acting Minister of Interior, heading a delegation including Abdul Haq Wasiq, Director of the General Directorate of Intelligence, and Anas Haqqani, a senior leader of the Islamic Emirate, has gone to the United Arab Emirates and held talks with the Emir and senior officials of the country.

This is the first foreign trip of Khalifa Sirajuddin Haqqani since the Islamic Emirate took over the country, but further details about this trip are not available.

Meanwhile, UAE media reported that in this meeting, both sides discussed strengthening bilateral relations, regional stability, expanding cooperation, and shared interests.

A number of political analysts said the acting Minister of Interior's visit to the UAE is important for developing relations between the Islamic Emirate and other countries and addressing some current challenges.

"This trip and other trips have a positive impact on our relations. We can find solutions to obstacles that have somehow been presented to them," said Amanullah Hotaki, a political analyst.

"This is a very important trip, and I hope this trip brings good news to Afghanistan and paves the way for Afghanistan's interaction with the world," said Gul Mohammaduddin Mohammadi, another political analyst.

Earlier, a delegation of UAE scholars had come to Kabul and met with several Islamic Emirate officials, including the acting Ministers of Interior and Foreign Affairs, to discuss various issues, including girls' education and women's work.

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