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Taliban urges Afghan professors in exile to return to country

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Najibullah Lalzoy
Najibullah Lalzoy
Najibullah Lalzoy is a journalist and editor at Khaama Press. He has a BA degree in journalism.

Ministry of Higher Education of the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan asked public university lecturers who have lately left Afghanistan to return to the country and restart teaching.

The Ministry has promised to be providing the lecturers with the same financial and working facilities they used to receive before the collapse of the previous Afghan government.

The press release of the ministry reads that Afghanistan is a common house of all Afghans so they are all responsible for rebuilding the country.

“Development of a country is fully dependent on the educational system, thus the Ministry of higher education of the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan urges all the professors of public universities to come back to Afghanistan.” Reads the statement.

The ministry has also asked other Afghan specialists and experts in exile to come to Afghanistan and occupy the vacant posts of teaching in Afghanistan universities.

The call by the IEA comes as 229 professors from the top three universities of Afghanistan have left the country since the Taliban takeover.

It is also worth mentioning that public universities in tropical provinces have reopened and universities in non-tropical provinces are intended to reopen in March end.

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