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UN to appoint Special Representative for Afghanistan in upcoming Security Council meeting

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Fidel Rahmati
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The appointment of the UN Special Representative for Afghanistan was a crucial topic for discussion at the second Doha meeting hosted by the UN Secretary-General. However, according to some media reports, the meeting did not decide on this matter.

Media reports, citing their sources, indicated that the appointment of the UN Special Representative, which was an important matter, would not be decided at the Doha meeting, and it is scheduled to take place in a United Nations Security Council session later this month.

According to reports, this United Nations Security Council session is scheduled to be held on the 26th of February. In this session, the UN Secretary-General will report on the outcomes of the Doha meeting and introduce the special representative for Afghanistan.

António Guterres, the Secretary-General of the United Nations, is expected to address the special representatives shortly, and after Guterres’s speech, the special representatives of countries are to engage in discussions with representatives from Afghanistan’s civil society.

It is worth mentioning that the Taliban was also invited to the second Doha meeting hosted by the UN Secretary-General. However, after the de facto authorities refused to participate in this meeting, the portion of the meeting involving special representatives of countries with representatives of the Taliban administration was removed from the agenda of the Doha meeting.

The Taliban opposes the appointment of a UN Special Representative for Afghanistan and considers it unnecessary within the framework of UNAMA’s presence in Afghanistan.

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