Yesterday, the head of the Kabul administration requested the United Nations Security Council to keep intact repressive sanctions against leaders of the Islamic Emirate and use it as a pressure tool.
The Islamic Emirate has made it abundantly clear that the head of the Kabul administration has no intention for peace and any progress we have had in this regard is due to pressure exerted by foreign parties.
These irresponsible pleas of Ashraf Ghani at this critical juncture of the peace process indicates that they are still seeking to create obstacles for peace, set up the process for failure and take positions contrary to the spirit of dialogue and reconciliation.
This not only demonstrates the grudge held by Ashraf Ghani but even before this, the deputies of Kabul administration and numerous other officials have also sought to sabotage the ongoing negotiations process and create domestic and foreign impediments for progress.
The Islamic Emirate condemns such remarks and requests, and considers it resentful attitude towards the peace process and continuation of war.
The Security Council and international community at large must pay close attention to the Afghan situation and abstain from creating hurdles for the historic Doha Agreement at the behest of notoriously corrupt figures. Rather, efforts must be aimed at stopping those trying to subvert peace and extend their rule so that the Doha Agreement may be implemented in line with expectations. This is both in the interest of Afghans, the United States and the international community.
Spokesman of Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan
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