Resume cooperation with Afghanistan instead of frequently blaming
Afghanistan is not a hideout for terrorist activities or other militancy like the so-called Islamic state militants, while some countries are still inaccurately blaming the Islamic system for harboring such terrorist outfits feared to threat the security of other nations.
In his recent assertions, Deputy Representative to the United Nations, Ambassador Richard Mills, at a UN Security Council meeting asked the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan (IEA) to remain committed to its pledge to fight terrorism in the country.
Reports quoted Richard Mills as saying: “The international community denies safe haven for ISIS-K, for Al Qaeda and its affiliates in Afghanistan. We continue to press the Taliban [The Islamic Emirate] to adhere to its counterterrorism commitments.”
Some other countries’ politicians such as the UAE ambassador to the UN, Lana Zaki Nusseibeh also expressed concerns about the current situation in Afghanistan.
This cannot be denied that security incidents happen anywhere in the world, even in the most secure countries and this does not mean that these countries have failed in their fight against anti-security elements.
On the other side, some ISIS affiliates who have been posing threats in some parts of the country during the past governments, have already been eliminated, after the resumption of power by the Islamic Emirate and efforts continue to fight them until their complete elimination in the country.
So, no country should be concerned about the current situation in Afghanistan, neither China nor Russia and they should be sure that no militancy will return to the country to threaten their interests from Afghanistan.
As the Islamic Emirate is on the frontline of the war against these inhuman outfits, these countries, instead, should fully cooperate in their elimination, besides strengthening political and economic engagement with the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan.
This is not a new assertion that IEA is pledging now, the Islamic system has frequently said and even vowed over the past more than one year of its return to power that, no one would be allowed to use Afghanistan as a threat place against other countries, particularly the neighbors.
As the spokesman of the Islamic Emirate Zabihullah Mujahid said, at present security is ensured in the country. No rebel group is present or permitted to be active, either inside or outside of Afghanistan.
Dozens of plots by the so-called Islamic State has been foiled, scores of their hideouts have been eliminated and tens of its fighters have either been killed or arrested by the security forces of the country. In fact, presence of this outfit is not visible in Afghanistan.
This is to once again make sure that efforts are ongoing to suppress this group in various parts of the country and the world countries should stay alongside Afghanistan based on humanitarian and international principles and get closer with the Islamic system under bilateral interests, instead of inaccurately blaming it for failing in controlling anti-security elements.