Kabul: Amir Khan Muttaki, the acting Foreign Minister of the newly formed administration of Afghanistan, said here that Afghanistan wants to build friendly relations with the international community, including neighboring and regional countries. Addressing a ceremony in Kabul on Thursday, Muttaki was quoted as saying by Xinhua news agency: “The Islamic Emirate wants to maintain friendly relations with the international community and co-exist with all countries, including neighboring states. This is our message. ”
Muttaki also said that Afghanistan would not be used against any country and that the new administration would not allow anyone to use Afghan soil against anyone. “A peaceful and stable Afghanistan is for the benefit of neighboring states, the region and the whole world,” he said. Muttaki also called on Afghans to unite and rebuild the country’s economy, including the country’s economy, with goodwill, brotherhood and unity. However, he said that putting pressure on Afghanistan would not help anyone.
After capturing Kabul on Independence Day, the Taliban announced a caretaker government on 7 September. Addressing the ceremony, Acting Commerce and Industry Minister Nooruddin Azizi vowed to leave no stone unturned to boost trade ties with the countries and stabilize the economy. “In consultation and cooperation with relevant institutions, economic experts and businessmen will do their best to stabilize the country’s economy, reduce poverty and build a self-reliant Afghanistan,” Azizi said.