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Kabul wants ties with world based on mutual respect

Kabul wants ties with world based on mutual respect

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1 Mar 2022 - 17:41
Kabul wants ties with world based on mutual respect
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1 Mar 2022 - 17:41

KABUL (Pajhwok): The Afghan caretaker government has said that the international community should stop hostility with Afghans and should open the way for better relations with the war-torn country to prevent possible future challenges.

Two years ago on February 29, 2020, the historic Doha Agreement was signed between Zalmay Khalilzad, the US Special Envoy for reconciliation in Afghanistan and Mullah Baradar, deputy prime minister of the current caretaker government. Baradar was the deputy head of the Taliban’s political office in Qatar at the time.

Today March 1, which was February 29 in 2020, marks two years of the agreement.

The Afghan government has issued a statement today on the occasion of the second anniversary of the Doha Agreement.

The statement said that the agreement paved the way for withdrawal of American troops after 20 years of jihad and sacrifices of the Afghan people and the day has been recorded as a day of pride in the history of Afghanistan.

The statement said that the important agreement showed that Afghans have a strong will to seek freedom and are committed to protecting their religion and country.

The occupier countries should leave the path of enmity and hatred towards Afghans and start engaging with the current government of Afghanistanon based on mutual respect, the source said, adding that the world should assist Afghans and contribute to them in creating opportunities.

“Based on its policy, the Islamic Emirate does not intend to harm or threaten any other country,” the statement said.

The government called on the world to open the way for better relations with the Afghan people so it would prevent any possible challenges in the future.

It is almost six months since the Taliban took power in Afghanistan, but no country has yet recognized the new administration.

Deputy prime minister, Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar, talking on the occasion of the Doha Agreement day, emphasized the need for education and work for the country’s economic growth, and called on the world to follow the path of peace and dialogue with Afghanistan

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