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US envoy, Abdullah Abdullah Discuss Reopening Girls’ Schools in Afghanistan

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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.

Kabul, Afghanistan- The United States Special Representative for Afghanistan Thomas West discussed the reopening of girls’ schools in Afghanistan with the head of the former council of peace and national reconciliation of Afghanistan Abdullah Abdullah.

Thomas West in a Twitter post said the Afghan people desire to see the Afghan girls return to secondary schools as soon as possible.

“Spoke with Dr. Abdullah @DrabdullahCE to share condolences for the heinous recent attacks in Afghanistan. Also discussed the Afghan peoples’ desire for girls to return to secondary school as soon as possible. Got good advice as always.” Reads the Tweet.

Earlier, West discuss the issue of reopening schools for girls with Afghanistan’s former president Hamid Karai and had called on the Taliban to welcome the call of religious scholars and Afghan elders over reopening schools for girls.

It has been over 200 days since the closure of secondary schools for girls across Afghanistan that triggered national and international backlashes.

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