KABUL (BNA) The Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan wants the implementation of the Doha Agreement and is steadfast in its commitments to the agreement.
Recently, the United States violated Afghanistan’s airspace under the false slogan of fighting against terrorism and claimed that Ayman al-Zawahiri, the leader of al-Qaeda, was targeted by a drone strike on the civilian territory.
The President of the United States of America, Joe Biden, appearing among a crowd of journalists, proudly announced that we have made a great achievement in the fight against terrorism by targeting Ayman al-Zawahiri.
Joe Biden’s speech, which was accompanied by a smile and arrogance, created a question in the minds of the people, especially the people of Afghanistan, how can a veteran politician violate the internationally accepted principles and conduct an air attack on the airspace of a country in which he is not present?
Does the United States of America allow other countries to deviate from the accepted international principles and attack America’s territory under the slogan of fighting terrorism?
In addition to violating the accepted international principles, the United States of America has also violated the Doha Agreement that it signed with the leaders of the Islamic Emirates in Qatar.
On the part of the leadership of the United States of America, it is claimed that one of the obligations of the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan in the Doha Agreement is to cut ties with terrorist groups, especially the al-Qaeda group, which was led by Ayman al-Zawahiri. By taking refuge in Afghanistan, the Islamic Emirate violated the Doha Agreement. are
The Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan, by broadcasting a newsletter, declared that it was unaware of Ayman al-Zawahiri’s presence in Afghanistan and condemned the air attack carried out by American drones in Kabul.
These statements convey the message that America should present its statements with reasons and documents.
Zabihullah Mujahid, the spokesman of the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan, also condemned the drone, which was carried out for any reason, and described it as a clear violation of international principles and the Doha Agreement.
But John Kerry, the spokesman of the US Defense Ministry at the time, said that US military forces have full authority for airstrikes in Afghanistan and do not need to coordinate with the Islamic Emirate.