Kabul has welcomed the Turkish Foreign Ministry’s proposal that foreign ministers from a number of Islamic countries visit Afghanistan.
Officials in the Islamic Emirate say a meeting of Islamic countries’ foreign ministers in Kabul could resolve the current government’s political challenges with the rest of the world.
Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlüt Çavuşo اوlu announced in a press conference with the Indonesian Foreign Minister on Wednesday that the foreign ministers of the Islamic countries will visit Kabul in a few days.
The Turkish Foreign Minister said that the visit will be aimed at creating the necessIG conditions for humanitarian aid to Afghanistan. According to him, this issue was discussed with a number of foreign ministers of Islamic countries on the sidelines of the UN General Assembly.
“In general, it is a better and better step,” said Zabihullah Mujahid, spokesman for the Ministry of Information and Culture. “We welcome them and, God willing, we will welcome them, and this can largely solve the country’s political problems with foreign countries.”
Meanwhile, Amir Khan Mottaqi, acting head of the Islamic Emirate’s foreign ministry, left for Turkey on Thursday to meet with Turkish officials.
Mr. Mujahid says that one of the agendas of Amir Khan Mottaqi’s meeting with Turkish officials will be a discussion on how to hold a meeting of foreign ministers of Islamic countries in Kabul.
Tariq Farhadi, a political analyst, said: “For some Islamic countries, many questions have been asked. After the Taliban came to power, some decisions were made, such as how long the ruling government will last and how others will participate. “For example, how long are the girls’ schools closed in high school?”
“This is a good chat for the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan so that it can be recognized worldwide in the near future,” said Mohammad Sabir Sadeghi, a political analyst.
Meanwhile, Qatari officials are emphasizing the country’s continued cooperation with Afghanistan.
“As long as there is a country called Afghanistan and Afghans,” said Qatari Foreign Minister Mohammed bin Abdul Rahman Al Thani. We have to take care of the situation. “We should not leave any country at the head of any government.”
The remarks come as Moscow is scheduled to host a meeting on Afghanistan on October 20.