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Guterres' Deputy Urges Islamic Emirate to Participate in Doha Meeting

The UN Under-Secretary-General for Political and Peacebuilding Affairs Rosemary DiCarlo, has called on the Islamic Emirate to participate in the third Doha meeting on Afghanistan.

The Arg in a statement said that the Under-Secretary-General for Political and Peacebuilding Affairs and her accompanying delegation, in a meeting with Mawlawi Abdul Kabir, the Deputy Prime Minister for Political Affairs, described the third Doha meeting as a good opportunity to expand interactions and normalize Afghanistan's relations with the world.

Meanwhile, the Deputy Prime Minister for Political Affairs said that the participation of the Islamic Emirate in this meeting is conditional on the world's acceptance of the interim government's demands.

The Arg statement said: "The UN Under-Secretary-General provided information about the upcoming Doha meeting to the Deputy Prime Minister for Political Affairs and said that in addition to the World Bank, representatives from several international organizations and countries have also been invited. She invited the Islamic Emirate to participate in this meeting, adding that the Islamic Emirate's conditions for participation are not difficult and expressed hope that the Islamic Emirate’s delegation would also participate."

Mohammad Hassan Haqyar, the general director of press and protocol of the political deputy of the Prime Minister's office, told TOLOnews: "Such meetings of the world with Afghanistan also provide an opportunity for friendly relations, and this meeting led to the participation of the Emirate in the Doha meeting."

DiCarlo also met separately with former President Hamid Karzai, and Abdullah Abdullah, the former chairman of the High Council for National Reconciliation, discussing not only the Doha meeting but also achieving peace and national understanding.

Meanwhile, the UAE Ministry of Foreign Affairs in a statement said that the US Special Representative for Afghanistan discussed the implementation of UN Security Council Resolution 2721 regarding the appointment of the UN Special Representative for Afghanistan with Lana Nusseibeh, the UAE's assistant Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation for Political Affairs.

"It can be effective when all countries with different views on the Islamic Emirate come to a consensus and, based on this consensus, appoint a special representative who, in coordination with all of them, advances their goals," Zakiullah Mohammadi, a university scholar, told TOLOnews.

"The main task is to independently assess Afghanistan's issues and work towards integrating Afghanistan into the UN, and Thomas West has repeatedly emphasized that Afghanistan's issues should be resolved through the United Nations," said Janat Faheem Chakari, another political analyst.

Earlier, the Deputy Secretary-General of the United Nations in a meeting with Amir Khan Muttaqi, the acting Minister of Foreign Affairs, said that the upcoming Doha meeting on Afghanistan would address financial, banking, drug trafficking, and climate change issues, among others.

Guterres' Deputy Urges Islamic Emirate to Participate in Doha Meeting

Mawlawi Kabir said that the participation of the Islamic Emirate in this meeting is conditional on the world's acceptance of the interim government's demands.

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The UN Under-Secretary-General for Political and Peacebuilding Affairs Rosemary DiCarlo, has called on the Islamic Emirate to participate in the third Doha meeting on Afghanistan.

The Arg in a statement said that the Under-Secretary-General for Political and Peacebuilding Affairs and her accompanying delegation, in a meeting with Mawlawi Abdul Kabir, the Deputy Prime Minister for Political Affairs, described the third Doha meeting as a good opportunity to expand interactions and normalize Afghanistan's relations with the world.

Meanwhile, the Deputy Prime Minister for Political Affairs said that the participation of the Islamic Emirate in this meeting is conditional on the world's acceptance of the interim government's demands.

The Arg statement said: "The UN Under-Secretary-General provided information about the upcoming Doha meeting to the Deputy Prime Minister for Political Affairs and said that in addition to the World Bank, representatives from several international organizations and countries have also been invited. She invited the Islamic Emirate to participate in this meeting, adding that the Islamic Emirate's conditions for participation are not difficult and expressed hope that the Islamic Emirate’s delegation would also participate."

Mohammad Hassan Haqyar, the general director of press and protocol of the political deputy of the Prime Minister's office, told TOLOnews: "Such meetings of the world with Afghanistan also provide an opportunity for friendly relations, and this meeting led to the participation of the Emirate in the Doha meeting."

DiCarlo also met separately with former President Hamid Karzai, and Abdullah Abdullah, the former chairman of the High Council for National Reconciliation, discussing not only the Doha meeting but also achieving peace and national understanding.

Meanwhile, the UAE Ministry of Foreign Affairs in a statement said that the US Special Representative for Afghanistan discussed the implementation of UN Security Council Resolution 2721 regarding the appointment of the UN Special Representative for Afghanistan with Lana Nusseibeh, the UAE's assistant Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation for Political Affairs.

"It can be effective when all countries with different views on the Islamic Emirate come to a consensus and, based on this consensus, appoint a special representative who, in coordination with all of them, advances their goals," Zakiullah Mohammadi, a university scholar, told TOLOnews.

"The main task is to independently assess Afghanistan's issues and work towards integrating Afghanistan into the UN, and Thomas West has repeatedly emphasized that Afghanistan's issues should be resolved through the United Nations," said Janat Faheem Chakari, another political analyst.

Earlier, the Deputy Secretary-General of the United Nations in a meeting with Amir Khan Muttaqi, the acting Minister of Foreign Affairs, said that the upcoming Doha meeting on Afghanistan would address financial, banking, drug trafficking, and climate change issues, among others.

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