Muttaqi meets foreign representatives in Doha to discuss Afghan situation

Amir Khan Muttaqi, acting foreign minister of the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan (IEA), on Monday met with representatives of some Gulf countries to discuss the current situation in Afghanistan.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MoFA) said that issues related to Afghanistan were discussed in the meeting.
“A high level delegation led by his excellence Amir Muttaqi, the acting foreign minister, has arrived in Doha, and on Monday discussed Afghanistan’s related issues with officials from countries in the Gulf,” said Hafiz Zia Ahmad, deputy spokesman for MoFA.
Muttaqi is scheduled to also meet with representatives of some European countries while in Doha.
However some analysts were not all that optimistic about the Doha visit.
“I think meetings without any clear programs will not have a good result. Taliban (IEA) should explain their (purpose of their) meetings with foreign countries, and what their fundamental programs are at such meetings, and the countries Afghanistan has problems with; they should talk with those countries,” said Jawid Sangdal, an international relations analyst.
This comes after Muttaqi’s recent trip to Norway where he met with foreign dignitaries to discuss humanitarian needs for Afghanistan.
After his Norway trip, Muttaqi said that Afghanistan will open a new chapter of diplomatic relations with foreign countries.The post Muttaqi meets foreign representatives in Doha to discuss Afghan situation first appeared on Ariana News.

Source: Ariana News

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