Islamic Emirate reiterates pledge of safety for returning Afghans

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The Islamic Emirate has reiterated its pledge to provide security to the individuals who want to return to the country.

The commission of “Return and Communications with Former Afghan Officials and Political Figures” said that the Islamic Emirate doesn’t seek revenge and that the individuals who left the country can return.

“Every time when one side wins they try to impose their ideology on the opponent side and this has become normal in Afghanistan. When one side came to power, it sought to pressure the other side. This will be a good opportunity for us to not pass on such experiences to the next generation,” said Anas Haqqani, a senior member of the Islamic Emirate.

“We have a 40 million population. Everyone cannot take a seat and have power but it doesn’t mean they should be distant from their home and country,” said Amir Khan Muttaqi, acting Minister of Foreign Affairs.

Meanwhile, the individuals who returned to the country called on the government to take advantage of their experience in government institutions.

Amanullah Ghlib, former head of the Da Afghanistan Breshna Sherkat (DABS); Ghulam Farooq Wardak, former Minister of State for Parliamentary Affairs; and Hassan Mubarak Azizi, former deputy Minister of Transpiration and Civil Aviation, have recently returned to the country based on invitations of the commission of “Return and Communications With Former Afghan Officials and Political Figures.”

“When the foreigners don’t find job, they go to a developing country to find a job. The Afghans are better to (work here) rather than the foreigners,” said Amanullah Ghlib, former head of the Da Afghanistan Breshna Sherkat (DABS).

“The issues which are being discussed in Tashkent, Dushanbe, Ankara and Islamabad are better discussed in Afghanistan,” said Hassan Mubarak Azizi, former deputy Minister of Transpiration and Civil Aviation.

According to the commission “Return and Communications With Former Afghan Officials and Political Figures,” more than 16 officials of the former government and academic figures have returned to the country.

“The work of the commission is going well. We have contacted some people and they filled out the forms of the commission to return to Afghanistan. We will see the return of some figures in the near future,” said Ahmadullah Waseeq, a spokesman for the commission.

It is yet to be clear whether the individuals who return to the country will be provided with any official position.

 

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