The political deputy prime minister, Mawlawi Abdul Kabir, met with the head of UNAMA, Roza Otunbayeva, the Arg said on Twitter, adding that Mawlawi Kabir thanked the UN for its assistance to Afghanistan.
According to the Arg, Otunbayeva said that following the UN meeting in Doha, the coming meetings will discuss crucial engagement with Afghanistan and will also discuss countering narcotics and climate change and its affects.
The meeting was also attended by the UN deputy special envoy Markus Potzel and acting minister of information and culture, Khairullah Khairkhwa.
Meanwhile, the chief of protocol and press of the office of the political deputy, Mohammad Hassan Haqyar, said the Islamic Emirate officials asked for the UN to include the representative of the Islamic Emirate in the coming meetings related to Afghanistan.
“The decision was made that a meeting of the UN like the one in Doha, will be held. Another meeting will be formed about Afghanistan and the Islamic Emirate will be invited to it,” Haqyar said.
“The whole world linked the issue of recognition with the Taliban’s commitment,” said Stana Gul, political analyst.
However, some political analysts said that the UNAMA should take Afghanistan out of its current isolation.
“The best way is that the US should be told to unfreeze the Afghan assets. Release the current government of Afghanistan from political and economic isolation,” said Mohammad Atif Mukhtar, a political analyst.
“They have not discussed the fundamental issue, which is the formation of an inclusive government, constitution, the right of women and schools,” said Bilal Ahmad Fatimi, a political analyst.
The Islamic Emirate swept into power on August 31 2021, but it has yet to be recognized by any world country, although some of the countries have kept their diplomatic missions open.