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New Zealand Women Parliamentarians support stable Afghanistan


Kabul: 30 July 2021 (TDI): 

As violence escalates, parliamentarians and politically active women have spoken to New Zealand legislators through video conferences, urging nations around the world, including New Zealand, to support Afghanistan’s defense and security forces in their struggle against the Taliban

Hosseina Safi, Acting Minister of Women’s Affairs, Shinki Karukhil, Chairwoman of the Women’s Parliamentary Group for Political Participation, Zohreh Motahar Ahmadzai, Deputy Chairman of the High Council for Reconciliation, and Marie Akrami, all spoke out against the increase in violence against civilians. Women in Taliban-controlled areas noted that, the Taliban’s thinking and actions have not changed, and that they continue to oppress, intimidate, destroy, and kill Afghans more brutally than before.
Afghan lawmakers urged New Zealand to assist the country’s defense and security forces in the face of brutal Taliban and terrorist group attacks on women’s access to justice and active participation in political, economic, and security spheres. Make a coordinated and comprehensive effort to bring the country and its legitimate voice to the world’s attention.

Ms. Geely Salisa, Chair of the New Zealand Parliament’s Foreign Affairs, Military, Ms. Priyanka Radre Krishnam, Member of Parliament and Minister for Social Affairs, Institutions of New Zealand, Ms. Jacqueline Dean, and Ms. Wanch Wilters, spoke about their ongoing coordination. They said they shared Afghanistan’s concerns with the Prime Minister and state authority in their country and exempted no effort to support Afghan women and their achievements, highlighting Afghanistan and supporting the accomplishments over the last two decades, particularly the presence of women in various fields.

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