Thomas West and representatives of the Islamic Emirate in Qatar hold talks
The US Special Representative for Afghanistan, Thomas West, is scheduled to meet next week with representatives of the Islamic Emirate, who arrived in Qatar late on Thursday, to discuss the security, economic and human rights situation in Afghanistan with Taliban representatives.
In an interview with VOA, Thomas West confirmed the news of his meeting with representatives of the Islamic Emirate.
The US Special Representative for Afghanistan said in an interview: “Reports that the US has frozen Afghan currency for no reason are incorrect. The freezing of Afghan currency is due to a complex legal and judicial problem. “It will not be transferred.”
“I think the Pakistanis are worried about the US policy in Afghanistan, and we have been worried about Pakistan’s policy towards Afghanistan for a long time, the most important part is that,” he said. “These talks are bilateral and we are not prepared to sever ties.”
Meanwhile, the Islamic Emirate welcomed the US move, saying the delegation left Kabul for Doha on Thursday.
“The Islamic Emirate deals with a balanced policy with neighboring countries, the region and the world, and countries that have other concerns and opinions belong to themselves,” said Bilal Karimi, deputy spokesman for the Islamic Emirate.
“What made it difficult for the United States, the trip of Feyz Hamid and his role in building the future cabinet, makes it more difficult for the United States to recognize and free money,” Tariq Farhadi, a political analyst, told TOLOnews.
Thomas West also met with some members of the Islamic Emirate on the sidelines of the Troika Plus summit in Islamabad.
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