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Uncertainty Surrounds Islamic Emirate Representation at Doha Meeting

With less than ten days remaining until the third Doha meeting, it is still unclear who will represent the caretaker government in this meeting.

Zakir Jalali, director of the third political department of the Foreign Ministry, although confirming the participation of representatives of the Islamic Emirate in this meeting, said it is not clear at what level the representatives of the Islamic Emirate will participate.

Jalali added that the meeting of special representatives of countries for Afghanistan in Doha, Qatar, will be led by the Deputy Secretary-General of the United Nations.

The director of the third political department of the Foreign Ministry said: "The Afghan government, considering the agenda and composition of the meeting that was previously shared with the Islamic Emirate, has decided to send a delegation; however, it is still unclear at what level the Islamic Emirate will participate in this meeting. The meeting's agenda indicates that discussions will focus on issues of the private sector, financial and banking matters, combating drugs, and alternative livelihoods. The Afghan government favors constructive engagement with Western countries, similar to the progress made with neighboring and regional countries."

"If decisions are made about Afghanistan in this meeting, then this meeting is important for both the Islamic Emirate and the world to resolve this issue," said Sayed Akbar Sial Wardak, a political analyst.

This two-day meeting will be held on June 30 and July 1 in Doha, Qatar. The Islamic Emirate also said that a delegation from the caretaker government will participate in this meeting.

Some political experts said this meeting is important for Afghanistan and resolving its issues and called on the Islamic Emirate to take advantage of the opportunity.

"They should strive to make the most of such opportunities and ensure that such conferences prove fruitful not only for the peace and development of the Afghan people but also for the region and the world," said Sediq Mansoor Ansari, a political analyst.

Earlier, the UN Deputy Secretary-General for Political Affairs, during a visit to Kabul and meetings with Islamic Emirate officials, said that the third Doha meeting would address financial, banking issues, the fight against drugs, and climate change.

It is still unclear whether political and human rights issues will also be addressed in the meeting.

Uncertainty Surrounds Islamic Emirate Representation at Doha Meeting

It is still unclear whether political and human rights issues will also be addressed in the meeting.

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With less than ten days remaining until the third Doha meeting, it is still unclear who will represent the caretaker government in this meeting.

Zakir Jalali, director of the third political department of the Foreign Ministry, although confirming the participation of representatives of the Islamic Emirate in this meeting, said it is not clear at what level the representatives of the Islamic Emirate will participate.

Jalali added that the meeting of special representatives of countries for Afghanistan in Doha, Qatar, will be led by the Deputy Secretary-General of the United Nations.

The director of the third political department of the Foreign Ministry said: "The Afghan government, considering the agenda and composition of the meeting that was previously shared with the Islamic Emirate, has decided to send a delegation; however, it is still unclear at what level the Islamic Emirate will participate in this meeting. The meeting's agenda indicates that discussions will focus on issues of the private sector, financial and banking matters, combating drugs, and alternative livelihoods. The Afghan government favors constructive engagement with Western countries, similar to the progress made with neighboring and regional countries."

"If decisions are made about Afghanistan in this meeting, then this meeting is important for both the Islamic Emirate and the world to resolve this issue," said Sayed Akbar Sial Wardak, a political analyst.

This two-day meeting will be held on June 30 and July 1 in Doha, Qatar. The Islamic Emirate also said that a delegation from the caretaker government will participate in this meeting.

Some political experts said this meeting is important for Afghanistan and resolving its issues and called on the Islamic Emirate to take advantage of the opportunity.

"They should strive to make the most of such opportunities and ensure that such conferences prove fruitful not only for the peace and development of the Afghan people but also for the region and the world," said Sediq Mansoor Ansari, a political analyst.

Earlier, the UN Deputy Secretary-General for Political Affairs, during a visit to Kabul and meetings with Islamic Emirate officials, said that the third Doha meeting would address financial, banking issues, the fight against drugs, and climate change.

It is still unclear whether political and human rights issues will also be addressed in the meeting.

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