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Islamic Emirate: Relations Between Kabul and Beijing  'Expanding'

Zabihullah Mujahid, spokesperson for the Islamic Emirate, said that the interim government has official interactions with China, and Beijing has been striving to invest in various sectors in Afghanistan.

According to Mujahid, the relationship between Kabul and Beijing is expanding with each passing day.

The spokesperson for the Islamic Emirate said: "The relationship between Afghanistan and China is in a very good state. We have official interactions and exchanges, especially with China making significant efforts to invest in Afghanistan's economic sector."

At the same time, Sultan Barakat, a university professor in Qatar, said that China plays an important role in Afghanistan's progress.
He told Reuters news outlet that China's words are heard more in Afghanistan than those of others.

Sultan Barakat, a professor and researcher in Doha, said: "China can create significant progress in Afghanistan, and their words are heard more than others in Afghanistan."

But is China a reliable neighbor for Afghanistan?

"We should proceed with great caution with China because China is not interested in the people of Afghanistan but in Afghanistan's mines. Afghanistan should be able to use that to its advantage," Salim Paigir, a political analyst, told TOLOnews.

"China generally has a soft policy towards Afghanistan. We should take advantage of this point, and China needs Afghanistan," said Mohammad Emal Dostyar, an international relations analyst.

Since the return to power of the Islamic Emirate in Afghanistan, although no country, including China, has recognized the Islamic Emirate, China, in an unprecedented move, accepted Bilal Karimi as the ambassador of the Islamic Emirate in Beijing.

Islamic Emirate: Relations Between Kabul and Beijing  'Expanding'

According to Mujahid, the relationship between Kabul and Beijing is expanding with each passing day.

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Zabihullah Mujahid, spokesperson for the Islamic Emirate, said that the interim government has official interactions with China, and Beijing has been striving to invest in various sectors in Afghanistan.

According to Mujahid, the relationship between Kabul and Beijing is expanding with each passing day.

The spokesperson for the Islamic Emirate said: "The relationship between Afghanistan and China is in a very good state. We have official interactions and exchanges, especially with China making significant efforts to invest in Afghanistan's economic sector."

At the same time, Sultan Barakat, a university professor in Qatar, said that China plays an important role in Afghanistan's progress.
He told Reuters news outlet that China's words are heard more in Afghanistan than those of others.

Sultan Barakat, a professor and researcher in Doha, said: "China can create significant progress in Afghanistan, and their words are heard more than others in Afghanistan."

But is China a reliable neighbor for Afghanistan?

"We should proceed with great caution with China because China is not interested in the people of Afghanistan but in Afghanistan's mines. Afghanistan should be able to use that to its advantage," Salim Paigir, a political analyst, told TOLOnews.

"China generally has a soft policy towards Afghanistan. We should take advantage of this point, and China needs Afghanistan," said Mohammad Emal Dostyar, an international relations analyst.

Since the return to power of the Islamic Emirate in Afghanistan, although no country, including China, has recognized the Islamic Emirate, China, in an unprecedented move, accepted Bilal Karimi as the ambassador of the Islamic Emirate in Beijing.

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