Heads of state and national representatives gather in New York to attend the UN General Assembly, which is September 18-19, and a spokesman for the Islamic Emirate said that they expect the summit to lift sanctions from the interim government.
The deputy spokesman for the Islamic Emirate, Bilal Karimi, said that the summit should also consider the achievements of the Islamic Emirate.
“The realities of Afghanistan, the improvements made, there are achievements in economic and security issues. They should understand these realities. They should fulfil their responsibilities regarding the removal of sanctions and establishment of diplomatic relations,” he said.
There will be no representative from Afghanistan at the UNGA summit.
Political analysts meanwhile said that the Islamic Emirate and the international community need to engage in order to address the existing crisis in Afghanistan.
“They (Islamic Emirate) through back to back decrees restricted the rights of women and girls of Afghanistan, which caused serious concerns among the people of Afghanistan and the international community,”said Ahmad Khan Andar, a political analyst.
“There is a need for the people of Afghanistan and Afghanistan to take its position back in the UN General Assembly,” said Fazal Rahman Oria, a political analyst. Previously, the Secretary General of the United Nations announced that the situation of Afghan women will be discussed in the meeting.—Tolonews