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UN Spokesperson: Human and women’s rights in Afghanistan top priority at Doha meeting

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The spokesperson for the UN Secretary-General said that special representatives of countries have been invited to attend the Doha meeting to create “greater clarity and coordination” in the global response to the situation in Afghanistan.

Stephane Dujarric stated that human rights and women’s rights are important priorities for this meeting.

On Tuesday, May 28, in a press conference, the UN Secretary-General’s spokesperson said that the UN will continue to engage with the Taliban. He said, “We continue our current engagement with the current rulers of Afghanistan because they are the rulers of Afghanistan.”

Dujarric added that the UN consistently and continuously raises the issue of women’s and girls’ rights with the Taliban, rights which, according to him, women and girls in Afghanistan have been deprived of.

Meanwhile, recently The Taliban’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs has announced a review meeting for the third Doha meeting’s agenda and has approved participation.

Meanwhile, most of the country especially regional states have urged the Taliban to form an inclusive government, and respect diversity and ethnic rights, human rights and women’s rights including education and employment however, the Taliban claim that it’s an internal matter of the country and their government is inclusive.

The third Doha meeting is scheduled to be held on June 30 and July 1.

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