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Kabul Urges UN to Hand Over Seat to Interim Govt

The Islamic Emirate said that by assigning Afghanistan's seat to the representative of the interim government, issues such as imposed sanctions, frozen funds, and negative perceptions against the interim government will be resolved.

Zabihullah Mujahid, the spokesperson for the Islamic Emirate, said that the allocation of Afghanistan's seat at the United Nations is the right of the interim government and should be given to its representative.

Mujahid said: "The fact that it has not yet been handed over is a usurpation of the Afghan people's rights. This matter is important for the Afghan people and has impeded their interactions, participation, and resolution of their issues within that organization."

The spokesperson for the Islamic Emirate also mentioned that they seek diplomatic and economic relations with all countries in the world and that these countries should stop making excuses against Afghanistan.

Zabihullah Mujahid added: "We seek diplomatic and economic relations with the entire world. The opportunity that has arisen in Afghanistan assures security and a unified government with a clear position. This is an opportunity for countries to take advantage of."

Meanwhile, some political analysts say that for the Islamic Emirate's request to be accepted, they also need to meet some of the world's legitimate conditions.

Sangar Amirzada, an international relations expert, told TOLOnews: "The Islamic Emirate must act as a responsible government in the eyes of the world. First, Afghan women should return to work. Second, Afghan girls should return to their universities and schools. And third, a new dialogue and understanding among Afghans should begin."

This comes as the non-allocation of Afghanistan's permanent representative seat at the United Nations to the Islamic Emirate has become a contentious issue over the past three years.

Kabul Urges UN to Hand Over Seat to Interim Govt

Some political analysts say that for the Islamic Emirate's request to be accepted, they also need to meet some of the world's legitimate conditions.

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The Islamic Emirate said that by assigning Afghanistan's seat to the representative of the interim government, issues such as imposed sanctions, frozen funds, and negative perceptions against the interim government will be resolved.

Zabihullah Mujahid, the spokesperson for the Islamic Emirate, said that the allocation of Afghanistan's seat at the United Nations is the right of the interim government and should be given to its representative.

Mujahid said: "The fact that it has not yet been handed over is a usurpation of the Afghan people's rights. This matter is important for the Afghan people and has impeded their interactions, participation, and resolution of their issues within that organization."

The spokesperson for the Islamic Emirate also mentioned that they seek diplomatic and economic relations with all countries in the world and that these countries should stop making excuses against Afghanistan.

Zabihullah Mujahid added: "We seek diplomatic and economic relations with the entire world. The opportunity that has arisen in Afghanistan assures security and a unified government with a clear position. This is an opportunity for countries to take advantage of."

Meanwhile, some political analysts say that for the Islamic Emirate's request to be accepted, they also need to meet some of the world's legitimate conditions.

Sangar Amirzada, an international relations expert, told TOLOnews: "The Islamic Emirate must act as a responsible government in the eyes of the world. First, Afghan women should return to work. Second, Afghan girls should return to their universities and schools. And third, a new dialogue and understanding among Afghans should begin."

This comes as the non-allocation of Afghanistan's permanent representative seat at the United Nations to the Islamic Emirate has become a contentious issue over the past three years.

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