KABUL: The Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan in a statement on the second anniversary of Doha Agreement with the U.S., in Doha of Qatar, to end “occupation” reiterated Tuesday that Afghanistan would never be a threat to other countries.
The statement, on March 1, the peace accord day with the U.S., said that like other historical days, Hot 10 will remain full of pride in the country’s calendar.
“As the people of Afghanistan, with strong will, repeatedly defeated occupiers, drove them out of their country and achieved their freedom over the recent 100 years, then the occupier countries should avoid enmity with the Afghans,” said the statement urging the international community to resume an engagement based on mutual respect with the Islamic Emirate.
According to the statement, the Islamic Emirate would never be a threat to other countries and likewise asks other countries to open doors of good relations with the Afghans to avoid any possible challenges.
Also, First Deputy Prime Minister of the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar Akhund, in a ceremony on the occasion, urged Afghans to stay home and serve their country.
“Avoid leaving for other countries, stay home and take part in the reconstruction of your country,” a statement quoted Mullah Baradar as saying in his remarks on March 1, the day of agreement with the U.S. in Doha of Qatar.
The Kabul Times