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We will continue to press for an orderly transition of power to an inclusive government with broad support, especially women and minorities,” the US State Department said.

“We will use every diplomatic, economic, political, and assistance tool at our disposal to uphold the basic rights of all Afghans; support continued humanitarian access to the country; and ensure the Taliban honors its commitments.”

The Islamic Emirate’s spokesman, Zabiullah Mujahid, in reaction to the State Department’s statement, said that the countries should avoid interfering in Afghanistan’s internal affairs.

“The Islamic Emirate has considered the issue of inclusivity and it is still paying attention to this issue. This is an internal issue. Pressure from outside is not logical in this regard,” he said.

The political analysts give various opinions on the matter.

“It is important for the Islamic Emirate to collect experienced and professional people in its government,” said Abdul Matin Mohammad Khail, a political analyst.

“The work should be given to those who deserve it. And this should be done via a dynamic which is fair and within the law,” said Abdul Shokor, a political analysT.—Tolonews

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