kabul [Afghanistan]On June 23, according to Kama Press, the United States stated that recognition of the Taliban depends on the behavior of Taliban leaders towards Afghan women.
Kama News Agency is an online news service in Afghanistan.
U.S. State Department chief deputy spokesperson Vedant Patel said that if the Taliban authorities did not respect women’s rights, it would not only leave Afghanistan behind but also damage the country’s international legitimacy.
Patel said the Taliban not only stand in the way of Afghanistan’s future, but also continue to stand in the way of their aspirations for international recognition and legitimacy.
Meanwhile, Roza Otunbayeva, the UN special envoy for Afghanistan, said, “The April 5 restrictions on Afghan women working for the UN have stymied our activities across the country,” TOLO News reported. A question mark”.
TOLO News is an Afghan news channel broadcast from Kabul.
She said the Taliban had given no explanation to the United Nations about the ban. “The de facto authority has not explained the ban to us, nor has there been any assurance that it will be lifted.”
Speaking at the UN Security Council meeting on the situation in Afghanistan, Otunbayeva said that the UN does not want to put female staff at risk of their lives, so they are asked not to report to the office, and male staff are asked to stay home to respect non-discrimination. (Arnie)
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