Hassan Kazemi Qomi emphasized that Iran does not support the opponents of the Islamic Emirate, but tries to make Afghanistan a part of regional cooperation.
Iran ambassador and special representative to Afghanistan, Hassan Kazemi Qomi, met with the Deputy PM for Political Affairs, Mawlawi Abdul Kabir, late on Sunday.
The issue of Afghan refugees in Iran, and political and economic issues, were the topics that the two sides discussed.
In this meeting, Hassan Kazemi Qomi emphasized that Iran does not support the opponents of the Islamic Emirate, but tries to make Afghanistan a part of regional cooperation.
“The Iranian delegation emphasized that they take care of conspiracies of the countries that try to create suspicion between Afghanistan and Iran, Inshallah they will be prevented,” said Zabihullah Mujahid, the spokesman of the Islamic Emirate.
“This meeting was fruitful for Afghanistan and Iran and the decision was made to make efforts for further relations between the two countries,” Said Mohammad Hassan Haqyar, head of the media directorate of the political deputy of the PM.
The Deputy PM for Political Affairs has expressed his sympathy regarding the recent deadly attack in Iran and said that the goal of Daesh as a common enemy is to destabilize the region and kill innocent people.
According to the statement, Mawlawi Abdul Kabir has also considered the regional cooperation between the two countries important.
“If they could help and cooperate in this regard, they could help the Islamic Emirate form a regional consensus, and finally, this will open a way for a global consensus,” said Jawid Momand, a political analyst.
This comes as the neighboring countries have always emphasized the security of Afghanistan’s soil against other countries, and the Islamic Emirate has always said that Afghanistan’s soil will not be used against other countries.