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Putting Pressure on the Islamic Emirate Is Not the Right Solution

KABUL (BNA) Putting pressure on the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan cannot be the right solution, the world must interact with Afghanistan’s interim government.

BNA analyst, the members of the United Nations Security Council have been talking about extending the travel exemption for the officials of the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan 13 officials of the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan have not been allowed to travel for several days, but no agreement has been reached on extending or canceling the travel exemption so far.

The date of exemption for the travels of the officials of the Islamic Emirate ended on Friday, and this is while the members of the United Nations Security Council are in disagreement about the extension of the exemption for the travel of the 13 officials of the Islamic Emirate.

Pressure from China and Russia prevented the Security Council from ending the waiver.

Russia and China, which are two permanent members of the Security Council, want these 13 officials of the Islamic Emirate to be allowed to continue their business trips, but the United States and its Western allies are exempting the travel of only 9 members of the Islamic Emirate, requests to extend and 6 more people should be put on the sanctions list of the Security Council.

Security Council diplomats, who spoke on condition of anonymity, said Russia and China on Friday asked for more time to study the latest US proposal because the talks were private.

It should be said that with the beginning of the American invasion of Afghanistan, a large number of members of the leadership of the Islamic Emirate were included in the sanctions blacklist of the United Nations and the US Department of State, but some of them were Through the Security Council, he got the time to travel to Afghanistan to participate in negotiations aimed at ensuring peace and stability, but now the United States and its allies in the United Nations are once again against the Islamic Emirate officials travels.

In June, the Security Council’s Sanctions Monitoring Committee revoked travel exemptions for the Islamic Emirate’s Ministry of Education, Saeed Ahmed Shahid Khel, and Minister of Higher Education, Abdul Baqi Haqqani, which caused problems for the Islamic Emirate.

Meanwhile, the officials of educational and academic institutions should not face restrictions for the growth and development of the education department and they should be facilitated in doing their work.

The continuation of bans on the visits of the officials of the Islamic Emirate can make the idea of ​​interaction with the world presented by the Islamic Emirate difficult and reduce the opportunity for understanding between the Islamic Emirate and the world.

The lack of relations between the Islamic Emirate and the international community has nothing but mistrust.

It is better that the members of the United Nations Security Council think rationally instead of putting pressure on the Islamic Emirate and the ongoing activities in Afghanistan, to pay attention to and choose a way that shortens the path of understanding and dialogue between the Islamic Emirate and the international community.

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