The Arg in a statement said that in this meeting Mawlawi Abdul Kabir requested the European Union’s help in the health and education sectors of Afghanistan.
The deputy Prime Minister for Political Affairs, Mawlawi Abdul Kabir, said that corruption and narcotics has ended in Afghanistan.
In a meeting with the Chargée d’Affaires a.i. -Delegation of the European Union to Afghanistan, Raffaella Iodice, Mawlawi Kabir said that “Daesh has been suppressed in Afghanistan and the borders are also under control.”
The Arg in a statement said that in this meeting Mawlawi Abdul Kabir requested the European Union’s help in the health, education and infrastructure sectors of Afghanistan during this meeting.
The Arg said that Iodice discussed the expansion of relations between Afghanistan and the EU and announced the continuation of the EU’s aid to Afghanistan. “In the meeting that took place with the EU chargé d’affaires, it was stated to them [EU] that the only way which benefits both sides are diplomatic contacts and also bilateral cooperation,” said Zabiullah Mujahid, the Islamic Emirate’s spokesman.
The analysts believe that the Islamic Emirate needs to fulfill its promises with the international community in a bid to pave the way for the development of Afghanistan.
“The Taliban’s cabinet should bring reforms in girls education, women’s work, codification of the constitution and inclusion of professional people. The Afghan nation suffers from isolation,” said Aziz Maarij, a political analyst.
“To attract the international community, the leaders of the Islamic Emirate need to sit together and reach an agreement, so that they can convince the international community and fulfill the legitimate wishes of the international community,” said Abdul Baseer Tarakai, an economist.
Meanwhile, Deputy Foreign Minister Sher Muhammad Abbas Stanikzai in a meeting with Misako Takahashi, the Deputy Special Representative of Japan for Afghanistan, discussed that Afghanistan is enriched with natural resources, raw material and mines.
“Compared to the past, there is a safest atmosphere created for investment in Afghanistan, and all countries including Japan need to invest in Afghanistan without waiting for official recognition,” Stanikzai was quoted as saying in a statement by deputy spokesman for the Foreign Ministry, Hafiz Zia Ahmad Takal.
“Mr Stanikzai thanked Japan assistance and added that Afghanistan with having mass natural resources and mines, is a safer now for investment than before,” Takal said.