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ADF full of achievements for Afghanistan

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A brief glance at Antalya Diplomacy Forum (ADF) helps know how important the gathering was for Afghanistan and how the post-war country’s representative was officially invited to attend the grand meeting.
The ADF is a high-level gathering in which professionals such as political leaders, diplomats and opinion makers exchange views on diplomacy, policy and business and address international challenges.
Diplomacy makes the core method of communication among more than 2000 participants including leaders, heads of states, ministers of foreign affairs and high-level representatives from the international organizations and there is whole set of other structural and systemic changes in the international environment that the diplomacy profession should respond to.
The meeting is reportedly attended by envoys from around 200 countries with Afghanistan on the agenda after focusing on Ukraine.
As the official representative of the IEA, the country’s acting Foreign Minister Amir Khan Muttaqi was invited by Turkey to attend the Antalya Diplomacy Forum (ADF), where held a trilateral meeting with Qatari Foreign Minister Mohammad bin Abdulrahman Al Thani and the U.S. special envoy for Afghanistan Thomas West.
Thomas West said that he had fruitful talks with the Afghan delegation, discussed important issues for Afghans, economic growth, education and trade.
West in a tweet late on last week said that he discussed with his international allies the latest developments in Afghanistan and the world’s engagement with this country in the Antalya Economy Forum.
He also said he looked forward to discussion with important partners regarding international engagement with Afghanistan.
In the meeting, the country’s acting Foreign Minister reportedly discussed recognition of the Islamic Emirate by the international community, economic development and expansion of political relations with the world.
The discussion also included releasing the Afghan assets and a strong engagement of the world with Afghanistan.
The country’s acting Foreign Minister said in the Antalya gathering that the IEA has fulfilled all pledges from the international community for its recognition and ‘Afghans should be treated the same as other people around the world.’
The IEA and U.S. delegations have reportedly agreed that the $3.5 billion released by the U.S. would not be given to aid organizations.
The world has now realized that Afghanistan, under the leadership of the Islamic Emirate, was gradually stepping towards self-sufficiency, making efforts to develop its economy and secure good relation with the world, particularly the neighboring countries.
The international community is getting closer to the Islamic Emirate as the world has no option unless to cooperate honestly with the new Islamic system.
About the inclusive government, by the Islamic Emirate, as some malicious circles chant for; this should be noted that the people of Afghanistan would never tolerate former corrupt leaders or cabinet members. They have no support from the people nor are they allowed to take part in the leadership.
The Islamic Emirate has the right to form and lead a government consisted of honest, loyal and patriot individuals including experts and professional cadres and this is the demand of the whole Afghans who suffered decades of war to reach peace, security and development and most importantly a corruption-free system.

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