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Iranian Ambassador Dismissed over Contentious Remarks about Authorities in Afghanistan

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Saqalain Eqbal
Saqalain Eqbal
Saqalain Eqbal is an Online Editor for Khaama Press. He is a Law graduate from The American University of Afghanistan (AUAF).

The Islamic Republic of Iran’s ambassador to Afghanistan, Bahadur Aminian, was dismissed after a transcript of his controversial speech regarding Afghan authorities surfaced in the media.

The communications and media officer of the Iranian Embassy in Kabul, Abbas Badrifar, informed the Afghan media on Friday that Hassan Kazemi Qomi, the Special Representative of the Iranian President to Afghanistan, had taken over Aminian’s duties at the embassy.

Kazemi Qomi, who appears to be the most dependable Iranian diplomat for Afghan authorities and Iran, has replaced Bahadur Aminian as chief of Iran’s mission in Kabul.

The Iranian embassy underwent restructuring following the December 9th leak of the text of Aminian’s speech about Afghanistan’s de facto authorities at a special meeting by the Black Reward hacking group, which was acquired from among the Fars news agency’s folders.

Kazemi Qomi is a top Iranian diplomat who led the first Iranian delegation to Kabul shortly after Afghanistan’s regime transformed from the Islamic Republic to Islamic Emirate and met with the country’s new rulers. He was later designated as the Iranian President’s special representative in Afghanistan.

Bahadur Aminian reportedly described the new leaders of Afghanistan as “intolerable, subversive, and embarrassing creatures of Afghanistan and Muslims” in this address, and stated that Iran has no alternative but to interact with them.

“The Taliban are like the Mongol army and the Islamic Republic [of Iran] must deal with them like the Mongols to become civilized.”

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