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UNSC doesn’t support Islamic Emirate in Afghanistan


Kabul, 4 August 2021 (TDI): The United Nations Security Council currently presided over by India, issued a statement regarding the current escalating violence in Afghanistan showing grave concerns over the security dilemma in Afghanistan. UN also condemned the Taliban attack on the UNAMA office in Herat and urged the Taliban to choose peace tracks.

The press statement, issued by T S Tirumurti, the current president of UNSC, acknowledged that there is no military solution in Afghanistan; Afghan Taliban must seek political reconciliation and protect Afghanistan from falling into further disarray. The statement asserts that UNSC members do not and will not accept the establishment of Islamic Emirates by the Taliban in Afghanistan. With that, the members of the Security Council expressed concerns on Human Rights violations and stressed a comprehensive and permanent peace settlement with the meaningful role of women in the country.

Afghanistan’s Foreign Ministry and Afghan Mission to the UN welcomed the press statement and called on International Community to play a greater role in the peace settlement. Also, the Foreign Ministry called on the UN Security Council to hold a special session under the Indian presidency regarding rampant violence in Afghanistan.

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