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Unwanted individuals have no place in the government: Acting Prime Minister

Speaking in the meeting, the acting Minister of Foreign Affairs stated that the relations of the previous Afghan government with countries, including Pakistan, Iran, and Central Asian countries were tense; however, relations with these countries have improved since the return of the Islamic Emirate.

Speaking in the meeting, the acting Minister of Foreign Affairs stated that the relations of the previous Afghan government with countries, including Pakistan, Iran, and Central Asian countries were tense; however, relations with these countries have improved since the return of the Islamic Emirate.
The Acting Prime Minister and Deputy Prime Minister for Political Affairs Mawlavi Abdul Kabir, while recently appointed to the position of Prime Minister, says that the current government of Afghanistan is inclusive, but there is no place for certain figures from the previous government whom the people do not want and are not acceptable to the international community. This comes as the international community has emphasized that if the Islamic Emirate wants to be recognized, it must form an inclusive government in Afghanistan. However, some political analysts and citizens have different perspectives on this matter. In an interview with The Kabul Times correspondent, they stated that the Islamic Emirate should invite non-affiliated elites to be part of the system and be involved in the government to share more experiences and collaborate in governing the country. “By appointing such individ- uals, the government cannot become inclusive but rather heads towards corruption,” said Emal, a political analyst. According to him, to some extent, it is justified that the Afghan citizens were highly dissatisfied with the previous government. In the past, administrative corruption prevailed in government institutions, and bribery was one of the illegal activities that existed within the previous system. Fraidon, a school teacher, believes that due to the blessings of the Islamic Emirate, comprehensive security has been ensured throughout Afghanistan, and relations with neighboring countries are normalizing at the moment. The governance system is also improving. It is hoped that the international community will provide an opportunity for the Islamic Emirate to establish improved relations with the world, thereby enabling them to foster better connections with the global community. In the meeting attended by officials of the Islamic Emirate, tribal elders, religious scholars, professors, and physicians, the acting Prime Minister emphasized that good relations between Afghanistan and the world is a need. “A positive transformation is underway with the world. The Islamic Emirate seeks positive interaction with regional and global countries based on Sharia law, and seeks mutual respect. If the world does not create problems for us, we will not create problems for the world,” He further added. Speaking in the meeting, the acting Minister of Foreign Affairs stated that the relations of the previous Afghan government with countries, including Pakistan, Iran, and Central Asian countries were tense; however, relations with these countries have improved since the return of the Islamic Emirate. “The general perception is that Afghanistan has not been recognized, but I do not equate the current recognition with the recognition of the previous government. The previous regime had tense relations with Pakistan, Iran, and Central Asian countries, trade routes were used to block, and exchange rates fluctuated for months. However, our relations with these six neighboring countries have been positive for over one year,” said Mawlavi Amir Khan Mattaqi, the acting Minister of Foreign Affairs. “We must now save the country from the notion that a foreign country can once again gain a foothold in our homeland. We should make efforts to prevent radical ideologies from being inherited by future generations,” said Anas Haqqani, a senior member of the IEA. In this meeting, some speakers asked the Islamic Emirate the gates of schools be opened as soon as possible for girls and that work opportunities be provided for the youth. Shukria Kohistani

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