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ED: Let’s remove thorn collectively

Our motherland (Afghanistan) is a mountainous and land-locked country in Central Asia with a history and culture that goes back over 5,000 years. In the ancient times, the land was called Aryana. In the medieval era, it was called Khorasan, and in modern times, we, the Afghan masses decided to call it Afghanistan—a home to everyone. We are proud of this name. Afghanistan is a home to everyone living in it. Our Population is estimated to be around 30 million. We are a heterogeneous nation as well, the major ethnic groups are: Pashtoons, Tajiks, Hazaras, and Uzbeks. Numerous other minority ethnic groups (Nuristanis, Baluchis, Turkmens, etc.) living in Afghanistan taking it as their motherland. 99 percent we are Muslim, at the same time there also some small pockets of Sikhs, Hindus and even some Jews. Pashto and Dari are our official languages. Afghanistan is just like a garden and the different ethnic tribes are flowers with different colors that played immense role in beautifying our garden (Afghanistan). With no doubt, all the citizens of the beloved Afghanistan are equal in rights. We all are the parts of the same body, having shared values, culture and history. Noting this, truly proud of what we were yesterday, and what we are today with dedication of hard working for better tomorrow. Our current leaderships are on the same page with collective fist to help pull Afghanistan out from today’s uncertainty. It is worth mentioning that throughout history, Kabul was admired by many great figures, but today we are suffering from prolong wars that remains shattered and destroyed some parts of our garden—our flowers (nation) in this garden (Afghanistan) are martyring of war even in the capital Kabul. These flowers have numerous enemies due its garden geopolitical location, and very famous as ‘Herat of Asia’. The enemies tried level best to kill all the flowers, but loyal sons and daughters of this garden stood strongly against any sort of conspiracies—this garden protected in the course of history, will in the future, and today we are holding immense importance, especially in connectivity of regional countries. Our garden is having international community’s support. The United Nations Secretary-General António Guterres said the entire United Nations family stand ready to assist in promoting great cooperation and integration among the countries in Central Asia and Afghanistan, toward achieving the goals of peace, sustained development, stability and security. The threats of violence extremism and transnational organized crime in Afghanistan reverberate across Central Asia and the world and countering them cannot be the responsibility of one country alone. The entire world must bear in mind that Afghanistan fighting thorn (extremist groups) in its garden, but this fight could be much significant if collective hands to be coordinated jointly to remove this thorn, which is very dangerous for safety of the globe.

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