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Foreign ministers of 6 international locations name on Taliban to reverse insurance policies, practices proscribing girls

Kabul [Afghanistan], July 2 (ANI): The international ministers of six international locations have collectively referred to as on the Taliban to swiftly reverse insurance policies and practices that prohibit girls and ladies from exercising their human rights and basic freedoms, TOLO News reported.

TOLO News is an Afghan news channel broadcasting from Kabul.

The name was made throughout a gathering of the international ministers from France, Germany, Indonesia, Liechtenstein, Mongolia, and South Africa on the Female Foreign Ministers’ Meeting in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia on June 29 and 30.

The assertion issued on the assembly emphasised the necessity for full, equal, significant, and secure participation of ladies and ladies in Afghanistan.

It “urged the Taliban to promptly reverse policies that hinder women and girls from enjoying their human rights and fundamental freedoms, including their access to education, employment, freedom of movement, and their full and meaningful participation in public life”, as per TOLO News.

The assertion additionally referred to as on all states and organizations to make use of their affect, in accordance with the United Nations Charter, to facilitate an pressing reversal of those insurance policies and practices.

Taliban spokesperson Zabiullah Mujahid mentioned: “We are aware of the statement. We have not rejected it. The Islamic Emirate is addressing this issue while adhering to Islamic principles. It is essential for the country.”UAE ambassador to the UN, Lana Zaki Nusseibeh in the course of the UN assembly highlighted the adoption of three resolutions on the Afghanistan challenge in collaboration with Japan over the previous six months.

Analysts expressed the significance of the Taliban taking immediate motion in eliminating bans imposed on girls within the schooling and employment sectors.

“It is crucial for the Islamic Emirate to take immediate steps in this regard and remove the restrictions that have been imposed on women in the fields of education and work,” worldwide relations analyst Wahid Faqiri mentioned.

The assertion comes as secondary colleges are closed for women over the previous almost two years whereas feminine college students have been banned from attending universities since final December, as per TOLO News. (ANI)