The meeting is the first between Mawlawi Abdul Kabir and a foreign official within the past three months.
In the meeting, the Political Deputy Prime Minister emphasized the need to give the seat of Afghanistan to the representative of the Islamic Emirate in the United Nations and asked countries to send their representatives to Afghanistan.
“The Islamic Emirate has committed to having good relations with all countries but with conditions that the countries do not interfere in the internal affairs of Afghanistan and let the Afghans continue improving and developing amid stability,” said Zabiullah Mujahid, the Islamic Emirate’s spokesman.
The meeting is the first between Mawlawi Abdul Kabir and a foreign official within the past three months as the deputy PM was absent from the office due to health issues.
“The deputy Prime Minister asked the Britain chargé d’affaires to give the Afghanistan seat at the UN to the Islamic Emirate. I think this a useless wish. The Islamic Emirate should bring reforms inside the country,” said Wahid Faqiri, international relations analyst.
“The meeting between the Deputy Prime Minister and chargé d’affaires is effective for the improvement of the situation in Afghanistan,” said Ahmad Khan Andar, political analyst.
Returning to his office, Mawlawi Abdul Kabir on Wednesday met with many members of the cabinet, where he discussed the Afghan refugees deported by Pakistan.