Iran's foreign minister, Hossein Amir-Abdollahian, in a meeting with Qatar's foreign minister, Sheikh Mohamed bin Abdulrahman al-Thani, discussed regional developments and particularly Afghanistan.
In a meeting with his counterpart from Qatar, the foreign minister of Iran stressed the need for an inclusive government in Afghanistan and referred to this as crucial for the country's return to stability, peace, and prosperity.
"While we have established some level of relations with the Afghan interim administration, we emphasize the necessity of creating an inclusive government in Afghanistan to restore the stability, peace, and prosperity of this nation,” Abdollahian said.
However, the Islamic Emirate said that the current government is inclusive and representatives of all Afghan tribes are present in it.
"All Afghans are included in the current government. The Islamic Emirate meets the needs of its people and will gradually solve the issues that there are concerns about,” Zabiullah Mujahid, the Islamic Emirate spokesman said.
Some political analysts believe that the establishment of an inclusive government is an Afghan internal matter, but they urged that the Islamic Emirate occupy positions with qualified people.
"Forming the government in Afghanistan, establishing the type of government, and discussing the system is the domestic policy of Afghans, which has nothing to do with the world,” said Hekmatullah Hekmat, a political analyst.
"The Islamic Emirate should try to create a government that all ethnic groups and classes of our country be included in,” said Ahmad Khan Andar, another political analyst.
Previously, the United States, Pakistan, Russia, Tajikistan, the members of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization, and other nations have stressed the need for an inclusive government to be established in Afghanistan.
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