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EU and UAE ambassadors discuss Afghanistan situation in Brussels

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Fidel Rahmati
Fidel Rahmati
Fidai Rahmati is the editor and content writer for Khaama Press. You may follow him at Twitter @FidelRahmati

The European Union’s special representative for Afghanistan, Tomas Niklasson, met with the UAE Ambassador in Brussels, Mohammad Al Sahlawi.

Niklasson emphasized the “importance of education opportunities, economic prospects, and participatory governance in Afghanistan” during the meeting, said on his social media platform X.

Meanwhile, he expressed eagerness to explore opportunities for enhanced cooperation that would benefit the people of Afghanistan.

The United Arab Emirates Embassy in Brussels highlighted their close collaboration with the EU to develop creative and sustainable solutions that support the Afghan population and uphold women’s rights.

Meanwhile, UN Special Rapporteur Richard Bennett engaged with various Afghan individuals, both men and women, to discuss the human rights situation in Afghanistan during his visit to Turkey.

Bennett’s four-day trip to Turkey involved interactions with Afghan men and women from diverse backgrounds and meetings with the Turkish government and UN entities.

The discussions reflect a multifaceted approach towards addressing challenges in Afghanistan, encompassing education, economy, governance, women’s rights, and human rights.

The meetings and collaborations underline the collective efforts of international entities like the EU, UAE, and UN to contribute to the Afghan population’s development, stability, and rights.

Since the Taliban’s takeover, they have imposed severe policies prohibiting women’s essential rights such as education and employment. Despite widespread condemnation from international and national entities, the Taliban has escalated their repressive measures and further curtailed women’s rights within the country.

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