Abdul Khaliq Abid, the deputy minister of tribal affairs and borders, on Saturday in a meeting in Parwan said that the Islamic Emirate doesn’t need to be recognized by the international community.
The deputy minister of tribal affairs and borders added that as long as the people of Afghanistan do not work for the progress and development of the country, the countries of the world cannot play a constructive role in the development of Afghanistan.
“There is no need for anyone's recognition, Allah will build our country, and Allah's will is in it,” said Abdul Khaliq Abid.
“In the religion of Islam, as a human being, his humanity is in unity, and as a human being, no nation is superior to another nation,” said Mohammad Idris Anwari, the deputy of the Parwan governor.
Meanwhile, a number of participants at the gathering and residents of Parwan said the lack of electricity, damaged roads in many districts, and lack of school buildings and health equipment are the most important problems in the province.
“Day by day, the security in Parwan's Sorkh Parsa district is deteriorating, and I hope that the Islamic Emirate will pay attention to the issue,” said Hanif, a Parwan resident.
“Within a month, we witnessed three murders. A miller was killed a month ago, a young man was killed two weeks ago, and a young man who was also a Holy Quran memorizer was killed a night ago,” said Abdul Khibar, a religious cleric.
The deputy minister of tribal affairs and borders pledged that the people's problems will be addressed in the future.