The Foreign Minister stressed that these reforms had not been implemented by the previous authorities in 20 years. However, the international community now hopes they will be implemented in a matter of months.
Madrid (European News).- Afghanistan’s Acting Minister of Foreign Affairs, Amir Jan Mutaki, called on the international community not to pressure the Taliban to implement reforms, and asked other countries to “cooperate” in this process.
Mutaki stressed that, since the 2001 overthrow by the Taliban regime, these reforms have not been implemented by the previous authorities in the past 20 years. “But now, the international community hopes that they’ll be implemented in the next few months.”
“We cannot achieve these requirements by putting pressure upon us.” He suggested that you should “ask for it through cooperation” and added that the previous government had strong international support. He criticized the government for asking for reforms in two months.
He stated in this context that the Taliban had taken control of the country mid-August. The school was then closed because of the coronavirus pandemic. However, since then, many centers have been established.
According to a TV network report, he emphasized: “Due to COVID-19, schools for boys and girls were closed in front of us. All schools were closed when Kabul fell to our hands. Schools in all provinces were closed.” Tolo, Afghanistan TV station.
Accordingly, the Afghan Foreign Minister declared that the Taliban had “well” controlled the epidemic and reiterated his call for the new Afghan authorities in order to maintain good relations.
“Afghanistan has sent a message to the world about building a positive relationship.” He said that we do not want to interfere into the internal affairs any country’s internal affairs and hoped other countries would not interfere in our internal affairs.”
In this way, he emphasized that “the Islamic Emirate is determined to use all the capabilities of Afghanistan as part of the economic revolution,” according to the aforementioned chain.
After entering Kabul in the wake of the departure of President Ashraf Ghani, the Taliban took power in mid-August. They announced the formation a government that is characterized by the absence of representatives from women and other political parties in Afghanistan.