Linda Thomas-Greenfield, US ambassador to the United Nations, said that the Islamic Emirate has not been recognized due to its policies imposed on women and girls in Afghanistan.
She further said that the US and United Nations are going to judge the Islamic Emirate on its actions.
"We are going to judge them on their actions and so for that reason, they are not recognized in the UN and we have not recognized them here ...," she said.
The Islamic Emirate has always reiterated that it has completed all the conditions required for official recognition.
The Islamic Emirate believes that it has made noticeable achievements during the past one and half years.
"We want UN officials to come to Afghanistan and continue their interaction. They shared their concerns, we are working on them, the Islamic Emirate will endeavor to consider all concerns and problems until our islamic principles and country's values allow us," said Zabihullah Mujahid, spokesman for the Islamic Emirate.
Meanwhile, political experts believe that Islamic Emirate` government has not met the expectations of the international community, therefore the current goverment has not been recognized.
"Receiving legitimation would be an easy task for the Islamic Emirate when they respect the participation of people fairly in a political structure, the Islamic Emirate should respect the right of education and work for women, said Naseer Ahmad Taraki, political expert.
None of the regional or other countries has announced recognition for the Islamic Emirate, but a number of countries including Russian, Turkey, Iran, Pakistan, China and Japan have sent diplomats to Afghanistan.
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