Qahtani also called on all nations not to ignore the positive changes and the improvement of the security situation in Afghanistan, Ariana news agency reported.
During a meeting with acting foreign minister of interim executive, Mawlavi Amir Khan Miraqa, the Qatari official discussed bilateral ties and the freedom of movement in the country.
Qatar, which housed the political office of the Afghanistan Islamist group for many years, is a very important pillar in helping in the political, educational and health care fields, as well as in rebuilding and reactivating Kabul’s International Airport following the withdrawal of the troops from the United States.
This comes after Deborah Lyons, head of the United Nations Assistance Mission in Afghanistan (UNAMA), considered that economic sanctions affect their assistance services in the country.
During a meeting with the Qatari diplomat, Lyons expressed satisfaction with the improvement of security in Afghanistan and promised to continue activities in the country and provide assistance to those in need.