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War in Ukraine affects regional stability, IEA calls for restraint

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As heavy conflict engulfed all over Ukrainian territories, the world has expressed concern over more extension of the fire in the region that would ultimately destabilize the entire region.
Fire in Ukraine entered its sixth day after Russian forces launched special operation on the European country on Wednesday last week.
U.S. immidiately started imposing heavy sanctions on Russia, particularly President Vladimir Putin who reportedly refused to join a negotiation with his Ukrainian counterpart to find solution via diplomatic channel.
The people of both countries are in favor of a peaceful settlement for the ongoing crisis. Thousands of people have either fled their residences or left for the neighboring countries, after war raged into Ukrainian major cities, including Kiev.
Civilians death and injuries were reported during heavy shelling of the two sides combatants.
People of other countries including Afghan students and migrants,
living in the country are most vulnerable to the ongoing conflicts
and their lives should highly be paid attention by the parties to
conflict.
Economic and political instability are the undeniable consequences of the ongoing crisis in Ukraine that would badly hit the regional countries, which will affect other nations with fragile economy, like the Asian countries.
Also, war would never be a solution as experienced in the course
of history, but a peaceful mean and diplomatic channel can tackle
all problems, which could now be used to get out of the current crisis.
Expressing its impartiality regarding the ongoing crisis, the Islamic Emirate’s key message is clear that war between the two neighboring countries would have no winner, but regretfully, both nations would pay the prices.
The Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan (IEA) is closely monitoring the situation and expresses its grave concern over the most possibility of civilian casualties during the fierce battle between the two sides.
Both sides should exercise restraint and avoid taking strict positions that could intensify more violence.
“The Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan, in line with its foreign policy of neutrality, calls on both sides of the conflict to resolve the crisis through dialogue and peaceful means,” a statement issued by the IEA Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
The newly emerged from war, Afghanistan, under the Islamic Emirate leadership, wants to secure good relations with the entire world countries, particularly those in the neighborhood or relatively, geographically faraway.

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