The Kabul Times.
Editorial

Respect Afghanistan national sovereignty to restore trust, cooperation

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In the latest incident, an operation of over-the-horizon was launched by an American drone early Sunday this week.
After the return of the Islamic Emirate to power, in August last year, this is the first attack launched by the U.S. which the Islamic Emirate terms it a violation of the international principles and the Doha Agreement.
The attack carried out on a residential house, in Shirpur area of the Kabul city, where, dread and fear spread all over the capital.
Under the Doha Agreement, the Islamic Emirate promised to not allow Afghanistan’s territory to be used as a threat against any other countries and will remain committed to its pledge in the future.
The Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan (IEA) has strongly condemned the attack and termed it a violation of the International Principles and the Doha Agreement.
Since the return of the Islamic Emirate to power, Afghanistan has become secure, peaceful and a proper atmosphere for business and investment.
No one has yet witnessed and there is no report that Afghanistan territory has been used a threat against any other country, as all terrorist elements are eliminated and efforts are underway to drive forces after those disturbing security.
But, the U.S. should not repeat the past failed experiences and do not miss opportunities available for both countries to cooperate with each other in restoration of mutual cooperation in fighting insurgency and resuming diplomatic relations.
Over the past, more than 20 years of U.S. and its allies engagement in Afghanistan, insecurity and insurgency, mostly from the so-called Islamic State, even influenced into others countries borders, but after the return of the IEA to power, all these elements are suppressed as strongly as to emerge.
So, the Islamic Emirate wants to make sure if Washington is a partner of Kabul in fight into insurgency and work for a peaceful Afghanistan or it is recklessly targeting its favorite positions inside our territory and violating our national sovereignty.
The U.S., instead of violating our national sovereignty, should extend hands of cooperation with the Afghans who have long suffered wars and insecurity and lift sanctions, including the release of their billions of U.S. dollars in asset.

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